WORCESTER Warriors slipped to the bottom of the table on Saturday following Bath's dramatic late win over London Irish.

A four point win for the blue, black and whites handed them four points and saw them leapfrog Warriors into 12th and leaving Steve Diamond's side bottom of the pile.

Bath had Charlie Ewels sin-binned for a late tackle in the sixth minute and Ben Loader took advantage two minutes later as he went over in the corner before Nick Phipps spilled a chance for a second try soon after.

Kyle Rowe got a second Irish try midway through the half as he snuck through a gap to score in the corner before he was put into touch as he aimed for a second not long after.

But two tries in as many minutes from Bath changed the game - Mike Williams went over under the posts before Taulupe Faletau gathered the kick-off, broke through and set Ben Spencer free to score for a 14-10 lead.

Two Creevy tries from close range either side of the break pushed Irish into a 22-14 lead before Muir pounced on Max Clark's grubber kick for his eighth try of the season.

Bailey's second penalty won it, but not before Irish saw Matt Cornish forced into touch two metres from the line in the closing moments.

Heading into the final game of the season in two weeks time, Warriors and Bath will go head to head to see who will finish last in the 2021/22 Gallagher Premiership season.

There is no relegation but there is a feeling of what might have been for the league, as it would have been a dramatic final day of action at Sixways.

As it is, the club's still have something to play for and it will also be a final game for a number of players, with a list of those departing set to be revealed this week.