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Wasps will have high hopes of recovering from their 40-30 loss in Round 1 of the European Rugby Challenge Cup last weekend when they entertain Agen for the first time on Saturday.
The English club have never lost a home match in the pool stage of the competition, racking up eight wins from eight games.
- Agen have lost their last 11 games on the road in the Challenge Cup and been beaten in 10 of their 11 away matches against English Premiership opponents.
- Agen made 144 carries last weekend in their 31-10 home defeat to Edinburgh Rugby, more than any side in Round 1.
- Wasps flanker Jack Willis won five turnovers at Bordeaux last weekend, two more than any other player in Round 1.
🎥 Dai reflects on the weekend's trip to Bordeaux and praises youngsters Jack Willis and European debutants Jack Owlett and Sam Wolstenholme… pic.twitter.com/sgY47zaWaU
— Wasps Rugby (@WaspsRugby) November 19, 2019
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Wasps enjoyed a thumping victory against Agen in the Challenge Cup, wrapping up a bonus point with a 32-14 triumph at the Ricoh Arena.
In an even first half, Agen made the first breakthrough, Loris Tolot racing down the left wing to cross the line, and Hugo Verdu converting.
Le vestiaire d'@agen_rugby est prêt ! ✅#WASvSUA #J2ERCC pic.twitter.com/7sog60saC1
— SUA LG (@agen_rugby) November 23, 2019
Ashley Johnson got Wasps’ first try after the home side’s persistence at the maul, with Jacob Umaga slotting the conversion to draw them level.
Umaga put them ahead in the 21st minute with a penalty after an offside against Agen, and extended that lead after 31 minutes with a long-range kick from close to the halfway line.
Wasps continued to prove strong in the maul, with Tommy Taylor and Johnson adding second-half tries, and Malakai Fekitoa secured the bonus point, crossing the line after an angled run.
FULL-TIME | 🐝Wasps 32-14 Agen🔴
Bonus-point win ✔️ pic.twitter.com/tKTMyBiY7l
— Wasps Rugby (@WaspsRugby) November 23, 2019
Fernandez Correa added another try for the visitors eight minutes from time, with Verdu converting again, but by that point it was mere consolation.
Wasps continue their proud record in the pool stage of the Challenge Cup, having never lost a home match. Agen have now lost their last 12 games on the road in the competition.
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