Leicester Tigers’ Interim head coach Richard Wigglesworth has made six changes to the side that defeated ASM Clermont Auvergne 23-16 in Pool B of the Heineken Champions Cup for the visit of Gloucester Rugby in the Gallagher Premiership on Saturday.

Wigglesworth makes a double change at the half back positions as Jack van Poortvliet and Freddie Burns come in for Ben Youngs and Charlie Atkinson.

There are two changes in the front row as James Whitcombe and Charlie Clare join Dan Cole. Ollie Chessum moves from 4 to 5 and plays alongside Harry Wells. Olly Cracknell replaces Jasper Wiese at No.8 in the solo change in the back row.

Guy Porter and Dan Kelly continue their partnership at centre, with Harry Potter, Anthony Watson and Freddie Steward making up the back three.

Gloucester, who suffered a 0-57 reverse at the hands of Leinster Rugby in Pool A last time out, name a completely different XV for the contest.

Stephen Varney partners Adam Hastings at half back, with Seb Atkinson and Chris Harris paired in the centre. Jonny May and Louis Rees-Zammit form a formidable winger duo with Santiago Carreras in at full-back.

Lewis Ludlow captains the side in the back row at blindside flanker opposite Ruan Ackermann on the openside, Albert Tuisue is in at No.8. Freddie Clarke and Matías Alemanno form the second row behind the trio of Val Rapava-Ruskin, Santi Socino and Kirill Gotovtsev.

2020 Heineken Champions Cup winners Exeter Chiefs are also in action as they welcome Bath Rugby to Sandy Park.

Director of Rugby Rob Baxter makes three changes to the side that romped to a 44-14 victory over Vodacom Bulls, with hat-trick hero Luke Cowan-Dickie replaced in the front row by Jack Yeandle in the only change to the pack.

Josh Hodge and Solomone Kata come in at full-back and inside centre respectively for the side who sit second in Pool B of the Heineken Champions Cup with two wins from two.