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CONCERN: Jake Abbott limped off against Newcastle Falcons.

Campaign has a new look after Falcons win

BOOST: The fit-again Neil Best means Warriors have a full squad to choose from.

Falcons will be tough to beat on our return

New faces will be a huge boost

CROWD SILENCER: Tom Arscott scored an early try at Bath.

Itching to wash away memories of Bath trip

IMPORTANT SCORE: Centre Alex Grove grabbed the try against Saracens.

Saracens success enjoyable in the end

Home sweet home for us now after road trip

INSIGHT: Warriors’ hooker Ed Shervington, a former Ospreys player, is always talking about his old club.

Shervington’s Ospreys talk will finally be of use

BON VOYAGE: (l-r) Worcester fans John Chaffe, Brian Ryan, Chim Gale, Tom Ryder, Simon Lane and Guy Marson make a brief stop during their trip to Paris for Saturday’s Amlin Challenge Cup clash against Stade Francais.

Time to pay tribute to our Euro Warriors

FLASHBACK: Warriors wing Miles Benjamin bids to break the Gloucester defence during his side’s 29-8 defeat at Kingsholm last September.

Wasps win has set us up for derby revenge bid


Maul the Tigers

ON THE MARC: Marcel Garvey scored two tries against Bucharest Wolves.

We’re on track in cup, now for our Italian job

KARAOKE KING: Jonny Arr showed he had the X Factor in Romania.

Bucharest adventure was far from easy

JAKE ABBOTT: Covered every blade of grass at Sandy Park.

Securing bonus point was crucial at Exeter

JOE CARLISLE: Our fly-half had probably his best game in a Warriors jersey in Friday’s impressive victory over Bath.

We have to build on win over Bath in Exeter visit

GAME ON: The misty scene in Italy where Worcester Warriors won on Saturday.

We can see the light for Bath match

ON SONG: Scrum-half Shaun Perry had one of his best games for the Warriors.

Taste of Heineken with Stade at Sixways

ATTEMPTED BREAK: James Percival, watched by Worcester Warriors team-mate Chris Jones, looks to burrow between Wasps’ Tim Payne and John Hart during Friday night’s home defeat at Sixways.

We must learn from errors for key clash

FIRST TRY: Summer signing Josh Drauniniu (with ball) trots back after scoring for Warriors in the LV= Cup defeat at Bath. Picture: IAN SMITH

Reasons to be happy for our young line-up

JOE CARLISLE: Put in some well-placed kicks in the 20-19 win over Wasps.

Honesty best policy

ERRIE CLAASSENS: My full-back rival has been a superb signing for Worcester Warriors. 39373911

I’m fully fit and out to prove my worth in the 15 shirt

CHRIS JONES: Managed to fill Kai Horstmann’s boots.

Home wins are just so essential to season

KAI HORSTMANN: We wish him a speedy recovery. 38367108

Challenge is on to fill Kai's boots

ACQUIRED TASTE: Warriors fans either love or hate Joe Carlisle.

Joe’s like Marmite to fans, but we love him

CRUNCHING HIT: From centre Dale Rasmussen.

Can this be a season of firsts at Warriors?

JAMES FREEMAN: Shows the Worcester Warriors back row is in good hands for the future at a line-out.

Strength in depth will aid Premiership fight

WORTH WAITING FOR: The scenes at the final whistle against Cornish Pirates when we had secured promotion will live long in our memories. 20277605

Hard work rewarded with promotion glory

FAN POWER: The Warriors supporters have a big role to play tonight. 17019221

Roar us back to the Premiership!

TOM ARSCOTT: The full-back was solid at the back and gave his team-mates confidence while I was injured. 36086403

Hosts Pirates begin as favourites tonight

COOL CUSTOMER: Joe  Carlisle showed nerves of steel. 17265016

Chance to win promotion has all the guys buzzing

EARLY TRY: For Warriors’ Joe Carlisle in the British & Irish Cup defeat at Bedford. Picture: WHITEFOOT IMAGES

Score to settle with Bedford this weekend

NEAT CHIP: By Warriors full-back Tom Arscott.

We are in control of our play-off destiny

DOUBLE TROUBLE: Errie Claassens (left) and Josh Drauniniu will give us real strength in depth for next season.

It was vital to secure a semi-final at Sixways

THICK SKIN: Kai Horstmann was in the wars against Nottingham. 13242907

Warriors can build future around the likes of Kev

MOTIVATOR: Chris Fortey plays a huge roll on and off the pitch. Picture: WHITEFOOT IMAGES

We’re determined to win hair-raising clash

ALEKI LUTUI: Our powerful Tongan hooker literally carried the team forward when we needed it against London Welsh. 11231613

London Welsh ticked off, now for clash at Nottingham

GOODEY NOSE BEST: Following his clash with Iain Grieve, Andy Goode’s nose looks a bit more like Neil Best’s now. 32060622

Immense defence in battle of Bristol

IMPRESSIVE: Fly-half Joe Carlisle. 09220911

Mission to Bristol

SHOW-STOPPER: Matt Kvesic.

Now we’re getting down to business

Matt and I hoping to make big Bees impact

ALL IN: How long will it take Will Bowley to clean out Callum Black on the long coach journey up to Scotland?

Currie and chips: How lads pass a long journey

FLATTENED: Greg Rawlinson provided a real physical presence against Cornish Pirates. Picture: WHITEFOOT IMAGES

Greg epitomised our battling comeback

DOUBLE ACT: Centres Dale Rasmussen (left) and Alex Grove. Picture: WHITEFOOT IMAGES

No way through!

BACK HOME: Great to see Alex Grove in a Warriors shirt again. 43345004

Trust me, squad will be ready for Pirates

WILLIE WALKER: One of several players looking to impress. 12459621

Bedford win sends a message to rivals

STAR MAN: Andy Goode was in top form in our 42-23 win at Bristol, contributing an excellent personal haul of 27 points. Picture: WHITEFOOT IMAGES

Bristol wake-up call showed level needed

ON THE CHARGE: Rob Higgitt bursts through during Worcester Warriors’ 45-7 Championship victory over Moseley at Sixways.

Training session has whetted my appetite

BATTERING RAM: Aleki Lutui scored one of the four tries our pack contributed in the convincing 37-16 Championship victory at Doncaster. 36086406

Big men fronted up in Doncaster battle

DAD WOULDN’T BE HAPPY: Our picture shows how Joe Carlisle would look playing for Wales, but the Warriors fly-half, who impressed against Newport, insists he is an Englishman.

Intensity of victory over Newport was superb

ROAD TO RECOVERY: Jake Abbott is making great progress on his way back to fitness after a serious knee injury.

I’ll be back for B&I Cup Pirates clash — if not before

SIDESTEP: Fly-half Joey Carlisle was excellent in our win over Esher on Saturday. Picture: WHITEFOOT IMAGES.

Plentiful pack power but we need clinical edge

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