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Scarlets make the trip to The Rec to face Bath Rugby on Friday night in European Rugby Champions Cup Pool 5, live on BT Sport. This will be the third meeting between the clubs in Europe, both previous fixtures being won by the away side on the day (one win apiece).
· Bath have won six of their last seven fixtures against Welsh opposition, a quarter-final defeat to Scarlets in 2002 their only defeat during that run.
· Scarlets won their last away game, against Benetton Rugby, but haven’t won consecutive matches on the road since winning all three away games during the 2006/07 pool stage.
· Bath have scored seven tries so far in this campaign, fewer than any other side in the tournament.
· Tom Dunn has made 89 tackles to date, 22 more than any other player whilst maintaining a success rate of 95%.
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Scarlets took a giant leap towards the European Rugby Champions Cup quarter-finals by dismantling Bath at the Rec with a scintillating display of attacking rugby.
- Scarlets' four tries earned them a bonus point which puts them four points clear of Bath at the top of Pool 5. RC Toulon, who play Benetton Rugby on Sunday, are level with Bath on 13.
- Scarlets know victory over Toulon in the pool stage finale next Saturday will see them through, while Bath travel to Benetton Rugby with their fate out of their own hands.
- Scarlets' victory at the Rec was founded on a blistering first-half display in which lock Tadhg Beirne opening the scoring afer 10 minutes.
- John Barclay was sin-binned but the extra man did no Bath no favours as Paul Asquith dived over in the corner for Scarlets' second try and Hadleigh Parkes added a third under the posts.
- A Dan Jones penalty made it 22-0 to the visitors at the break, and it soon got worse for Bath as Rhys Patchell's grubber was superbly finished off by Scott Williams for the bonus point.
- Matt Banahan brilliantly collected a cross-field kick to touch down and Zach Mercer reduced arrears further, but two Jones penalties kept the home side comfortably at arm's length.
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