HEAD coach Bryan Redpath wants to give Gloucester fans a taste of what they can expect next season with an away win at Worcester on Saturday.
But he will have to do so without the services of number eight Gareth Delve, who has failed to get fit for one last hurrah in the cherry and white of Gloucester.
Luke Narraway returns after a knee injury that has kept him out since January in a game with nothing riding on it apart from a need to finish as high up the Guinness Premiership as possible.
One bit of motivation for Redpath is finishing top of the try-scoring chart in England, with Bath and Leicester together on 44 tries, one ahead of Gloucester.
Redpath confirmed he would be sending his strongest side out at Sixways, even though the result will not affect Heineken Cup qualification.
” We’re not in a position to pick and choose because of the opposition,” Redpath said. “We have to be focused on what we’re in it for and what we want out of it.