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^ "London Irish: Gallagher Premiership club given May 30 takeover deadline by RFU". Sky Sports. 15 May 2023. Retrieved 27 May 2023. ^ Orchard, Sara (31 May 2023). "London Irish granted further extension until 6 June to complete takeover". Retrieved 31 May 2023. ^ Meagher, Gerard (2 June 2023). "London Irish crisis deepens after HMRC issues winding-up petition against club". Retrieved 3 June 2023. [7] Rule changes[edit] The 2023–24 season is set to be the final year under the current Premiership competition structure, before a planned 're-launch' taking place ahead of the 2024–25 season. [8] As a result, the moratorium on relegation to the RFU Championship will cease and be replaced by a play-off between the team placed last in the Premiership and the team placed first in the Championship. Promotion from the Championship is therefore also set to be reinstated, subject to the winning club successfully fulfilling the RFU minimum standards criteria. FloSportsTop 14 Round Ten Match of the Week - Toulouse vs Toulon 1d ago Toulouse will be looking to extend its white-hot Champions Cup form into domestic play against Toulon, which has won four straight matches in the league. MLR Announces Name, Branding for Past Rugby ATL Club 1d ago Formerly known as Rugby ATL, the relocated club will play home matches at Dignity Health Sports Park — the home of LA Galaxy of the MLS — in 2024. Gallagher Premiership Round 9 - Top Of The Table Decider Set 1d ago Round nine of the 2023/24 Gallagher Premiership is a key round to decide who will top the table, here is a preview of the upcoming action. [16] On 2 June, HMRC issued a winding-up petition against the club, in response to unpaid tax. [17] On 6 June, after failing to provide proof of funds for the upcoming season, London Irish were officially suspended from the Premiership. [18] The following day, the club filed for administration, resulting in automatic relegation under RFU regulations. [19] Stadiums and locations[edit] Club Director of Rugby/Head Coach Captain Kit supplier Stadium Capacity City/Area Bath Johann van Graan Ben Spencer[20] Castore The Recreation Ground 14, 509 Bath, Somerset Bristol Bears Pat Lam Fitz Harding[21] O'Neills Ashton Gate 27, 000 Bristol Exeter Chiefs Rob Baxter Ali Hepher Jack Yeandle Samurai Sportswear Sandy Park 15, 600 Exeter, Devon Gloucester George Skivington Lewis Ludlow[22] Oxen Sports Kingsholm 16, 115 Gloucester, Gloucestershire Harlequins Billy Millard Stephan Lewies[23] Twickenham Stoop[a] 14, 800 Twickenham, Greater London Leicester Tigers Dan McKellar Julián Montoya Mattioli Woods Welford Road 25, 849 Leicester, Leicestershire Newcastle Falcons Alex Codling Callum Chick[25] Macron Kingston Park 10, 200 Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear Northampton Saints Phil Dowson Sam Vesty Lewis Ludlam[26] cinch Stadium at Franklin's Gardens 15, 200 Northampton, Northamptonshire Sale Sharks Alex Sanderson Paul Deacon Ben Curry Salford Community Stadium 12, 000 Salford, Greater Manchester Saracens Mark McCall Joe Shaw Owen Farrell[27] StoneX Stadium[b] 10, 500 Hendon, Greater London Player movements[edit] Table[edit] 2023–24 Premiership Rugby Table viewtalkedit Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Points diff Tries for Tries against Try bonus Losing bonus Points 1 8 6 0 2 149 165 – 16 21 22 3 27 5 216 172 + 44 28 18 4 221 178 + 43 30 24 26 181 + 40 32 25 187 175 + 12 23 239 + 74 35 7 209 174 + 35 20 213 205 + 8 29 17 9 157 249 – 92 12 10 117 265 – 148 38 Green background (rows 1 to 4) indicate teams that qualify for the play-offs, which also earn a space in the 2024–25 European Rugby Champions Cup. (Q) Qualified for play-offs. Source: Premiership Rugby — Updated: 3 December 2023 If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order: 1) Number of matches won; 2) Difference between points for and against; 3) Total number of points for; 4) Aggregate number of points scored in matches between tied teams; 5) Number of matches won excluding the first match, then the second and so on until the tie is settled. The Telegraph. Retrieved 22 April 2023. ^ Jones, Chris (12 December 2022). "Premiership Rugby to 'relaunch' for 2024-25 after demise of Wasps & Worcester". BBC Sport. Retrieved 22 April 2023. ^ "RFU update on Championship Clubs Minimum Standards Criteria". England Rugby. 1 March 2022. Retrieved 22 April 2023. ^ "Premiership Rugby clubs unanimously vote to temporarily reduce the salary cap". Premiership Rugby. Round-by-round progression[edit] The grid below shows each team's progression throughout the season, indicating their points total (and league table position) at the end of every round: Team Progression Team R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R13 R14 R15 R16 R17 R18 4(5th) 8(4th) 8(6th) 13(3rd) 18(2nd) 23(1st) 27(1st) 5(2nd) 10(1st) 11(1st) 12(4th) 17(3rd) 21(2nd) 22(4th) 27(2nd) 1(6th) 5(6th) 9(4th) 14(2nd) 19(1st) 19(5th) 21(5th) 26(3rd) 0(10th) 4(9th) 9(7th) 14(6th) 19(4th) 24(2nd) 25(4th) 1(7th) 3(7th) 7(7th) 11(5th) 16(4th) 16(6th) 21(6th) 25(5th) 5(1st) 5(5th) 10(2nd) 15(1st) 15(5th) 19(3rd) 23(3rd) 23(6th) 0(9th) 1(9th) 5(8th) 5(9th) 6(9th) 10(9th) 15(7th) 20(7th) 4(4th) 9(2nd) 10(3rd) 10(6th) 10(7th) 11(7th) 12(8th) 17(8th) 5(3rd) 9(3rd) 9(5th) 9(8th) 11(8th) 11(9th) 12(9th) 0(8th) 1(8th) 2(10th) 3(10th) 4(10th) Updated: 3 December 2023 Regular season[edit] The regular season fixtures were announced on 18 July 2023. Harlequins | Summary 10.12. Racing 92. 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