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Worcester Warriors, three points behind second-placed Castres Olympique in Pool 1 of the European Rugby Challenge Cup and five adrift of leaders Dragons, will aim to pressurise the pair by beating Enisei-STM at Sixways Stadium on Saturday.
The Russian club, bottom of the pool with zero points, have lost all 13 of their away games in the competition.
- Worcester have won two of their three Challenge Cup matches against Enisei 57-14.
- Worcester have lost just one of their last 10 home games in the competition.
- Enisei’s Mikheil Gachechiladze tops the tackles (68) and carries (53) tables after four rounds.
- Enisei have won the most turnovers (32) in the Challenge Cup this term.
Another Pool 1 hat-trick was bagged when two sides meeting this weekend first locked horns 🤜🤛@WorcsWarriors' @JamieShillcock seemed unstoppable against @Enisei_STM, can he help them overcome the Russian side in #ChallengeCupRugby Round 5? ⚔️ pic.twitter.com/fKhe5lxvEQ
— Challenge Cup (@ERChallengeCup) January 6, 2020
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Worcester Warriors brushed aside Enisei-STM to record a resounding 66-10 triumph at Sixways.
The ten-try win combined with the result from the other match in Pool 1 means they move into second place behind new leaders Castres Olympique.
FT | Worcester Warriors 66-10 Enisei-STM
— Worcester Warriors (@WorcsWarriors) January 11, 2020
Ollie Lawrence scored a first-half hat-trick after Scott van Breda had opened the scoring with a seventh-minute solo effort.
The Russian club got themselves on the scoreboard early on as well, thanks to a Ramil Gaisin kick resulting in an Earll Douwrie try.
Fly-half Gaisin proceeded to add the extras, and then kicked a penalty on 16 minutes.
But in the second half, it was all one-way traffic, with tries from Marco Mama, Jamie Shillcock, Isaac Miller, Will Butler and Noah Heward, who scored twice – making that three in two matches for him.
The Russian club, bottom of the pool with zero points, have now lost all 14 of their away games in the competition – while Worcester have lost just one of their last 11 home games.