Danny Cipriani showed his England potential this weekend as Sale Sharks beat Wasps in their first Aviva Premiership match of 2016 at the AJ Bell Stadium.
Sale Sharks have bolstered their line-up with first-team players to maintain their 100% home record this season as they welcome Pau in the European Challenge Cup.
Sale Sharks make their second trip to London of the new Aviva Premiership season tonight and are determined to banish the memories of their Saracens loss with a win at The Stoop.
Sale Sharks joined the hunt for the Premiership title after their bonus point win at home to Worcester on Friday night.
England may be out of the World Cup but former internationals are hoping fans will get behind the many countries that are still represented in the Sale Sharks changing room.
Sale will face Leicester Tigers on Saturday needing to take just one point from the clash to clinch their first piece of silverware in nine years.
Hendre Fourie has swapped the pitch for the classroom to deliver engaging sessions combining the sport of rugby with basic financial education with Number Cruncherz.
Sale sit in seventh place with a European spot firmly in their sights, but with just eight points separating them from fourth a challenge for the play-offs still remains a possibility.
Sale will be looking to secure their first win of the season as they travel to a Gloucester side smarting from their heaviest Premiership defeat to Northampton last time out.
British and Irish Lions scrum-half to join up with club in summer