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Late player switch for Bristol Bears ahead of relegation showdown with Worcester

Harry Thacker flies through the air (Photo by Harry Trump/Getty Images)

Bristol Bears have made a change to their line-up ahead of the Gallagher Premiership clash with Worcester Warriors.

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Sam Parry starts at hooker, while Harry Thacker switches to the replacements bench.

Bristol Bears team to face Worcester Warriors at Ashton Gate on Saturday, March 23rd (3pmKO):

15. Luke Daniels; 14. Luke Morahan, 13. Piers O’Conor, 12. Siale Piutau (co-capt), 11. Tom Pincus; 10. Callum Sheedy, 9. Harry Randall; 1. Jake Woolmore, 2. Sam Parry, 3. Lewis Thiede, 4. Ed Holmes, 5. Chris Vui, 6. Steve Luatua, 7. Jake Heenan, 8. Jordan Crane (co-capt).

Replacements: 16. Harry Thacker, 17. Yann Thomas, 18. John Afoa, 19. Joe Batley, 20. Dan Thomas, 21. Andy Uren, 22. Ian Madigan, 23. Mat Protheroe.

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