IT looks set to be a memorable evening at Kingsholm at the end of this month when Worcester Warriors and Gloucester go head-to-head in the Premiership Rugby Cup semi-final. 

After the 13-7 win at The Rec against Bath, Warriors reached the final four of the competition for just the second time and just their third semi-final in their history.

Tickets for the game will go on sale for Worcester supporters on Friday April 8 on Gloucester's official website and are priced from just £12 for adults.

Warriors confirmed that they have also received an allocation of tickets to sell themselves so that supporters can be sat together at Kingsholm to create an almost 'football-esque' away end that should do wonders for the atmosphere on the night.

With prices cut for the game and a large crowd expected, it has all the ingredients for a buzzing atmosphere under the lights.

Semi-finals and chances of wining trophies have not come along too often for Worcester in professional rugby.

They reached the final of the European Challenge Cup in 2008 (lost to Bath at Kingsholm) and then otherwise, just a semi against Saracens in the 2019 Premiership Rugby Cup is all supporters have had the chance to enjoy. 

It's a tournament that most clubs have used in the past to develop academy players and also to provide squad players a chance to play some minutes.

That has certainly been the case for Worcester this season in the tournament but those players have shone and won three of their four group games to deservedly progress to the semi-finals.

But what will the club do now; bring the big boys back in? Or will they stick with what has got them here?

The youngsters deserve the chance to continue what they have ultimately started but with what is at stake, I think Steve Diamond should seriously consider including some of the more senior players to just give them the edge.

Gloucester have mutiple competitions to focus on so you would think their side will represent something similar to the one that thumped Bristol in the final group game. 

With that in mind, I think Warriors can get an upper hand in the tie and include a little more experience without "insulting" the competition.

Warriors supporters deserve nights like this and they have not come around often so when they do, the club should make sure they do what they can to reward them for their loyalty. 

There is the prospect of a final and a trophy should they get through, not to mention a famous win at Kingsholm to boot, so go and throw everything at it. 

Here is the team I would be looking at, provided all fit: Worcester News: Potential semi-final line-up for Worcester Warriors.Potential semi-final line-up for Worcester Warriors.