Sale Sharks will be hoping to win consecutive games at home tomorrow night when they face high-scoring Gloucester Rugby at the AJ Bell Stadium.
Nev Edwards scored two tries for Sale Sharks in their narrow defeat away to Gloucester in the Aviva Premiership on Friday night.
Sale Sharks travel to Kingsholm tonight to face 10th placed Gloucester and will be hoping to improve on last weekend’s home draw to claim their first win on the road.
Sale Sharks director of rugby Steve Diamond was frustrated after the game with the result leaving his side eight points adrift of the top six with just two games to play and needing some fortune to qualify for European action next season.
Johnny Leota and Josh Beaumont scored the tries for Sale while Danny Cipriani showed his quality scoring 13 points with the boot in tricky conditions as Sale prevailed 23-6 over Gloucester.
The Sharks will hope that a three-week break from fixtures due to the Six Nations and LV=Cup will provide the perfect tonic to their indifferent form in time for the crucial run in.