On first look, Saturday afternoon's Gallagher Premiership season finale with Bath has very little riding on it bar pride for Worcester Warriors.

Today could have been a game that saw the loser relegated, but the league ended that when they ringfenced the division for the 2021/22 campaign.

Despite that jeopardy being removed, tomorrow is a very important one for the three men pictured.

Ethan Waller (left), Sam Lewis (middle) and Niall Annett will pull on the Worcester shirt for a final time as they say goodbye to the club they have all amassed over 100 appearances for.

The trio will go down as legends of Worcester and whilst their departure brings sadness to the supporters, they will want one last hurrah and a victory that will see them avoid finishing bottom of the league table.

"I will be forever grateful to Warriors for taking a chance on me and I’m so proud to have reached over 100 ‘caps’ for a club I have loved being a part of," Waller said.

"I’ve always tried to give my everything to the place and Worcester will always be close to my heart. But the time is right for me and my family to move back home.

"Thank you to everyone who has supported me during my time here. You’ll have nothing less than complete commitment from me until the end of the season."

Lewis, who was confirmed as leaving on Wednesday, added: "I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here and I will leave with a heavy heart.

"That’s the nature of professional rugby I suppose. But I will leave with some fantastic memories, with winning the Premiership Rugby Cup two weeks ago being right up there.

"I’ve played with a lot of great boys in my time here and made some friendships that will last beyond rugby.

"I’m going to miss going out on the pitch with the boys. I have loved playing for Warriors and playing in front of the crowd here at Sixways who have been so supportive over the years."