When It Happens Panel Get involved: send your photos, videos, news & views by texting 'OXFORD NEWS' to 80360 or email
RUGBY UNION: Gloucester v London Welsh
Enable automatic updates every 30 seconds? YES NO
That's it. Full-time: Gloucester 15, Welsh 14
Burns misses. Can Welsh carve out a chance?
Gloucester scrum really turning the screw and Burns lines up a penalty from near halfway.
The tide has really turned, but there is only a point in it
Huge scrum earns Gloucester another penalty, which Burns slots for 15-14.
Burns drags his effort wide and Welsh cling on to the lead!
More pressure yields a penalty on the left and Burns goes for goal.
Welsh have got a little too loose recently and could let Gloucester back in
Burns punishes Welsh after dissent saw them given extra 10 metres. Glos 12, Welsh 14
Glos 9 (Burns), Welsh 14
Play brought back for Gloucester penalty. Burns will go for goal.
But he slices wide...
Welsh earn a penalty on edge of the 22. Ross lines up the kick.
Welsh have a real chance now.
Glos 6, Welsh 14. Superb break from Tideswell to set up try
Welsh try through MacKenzie!
Burns misses penalty from straight in front of posts, 30m out!
Gloucester earn penalty 30m out in front of posts.
Glos 6, Welsh 9 (Ross)
Gloucester wing May sin-binned for deliberate knock-on
Second half underway. Will we see any tries?
Half time: Glos 6, Welsh 6
Glos 6 (Burns), Welsh 6
Gloucester earn a penalty in front of the posts.
Another scrum penalty for Gloucester. Welsh will need to be careful if they don't want a yellow card
This is not very pretty, but Welsh won't care if they can continue to squeeze Gloucester.
But the England man misses to the right
Gloucester have chance to hit back with Burns' penalty
Glos 3, Welsh 6 (Ross)
Welsh's blitz defence earns penalty around halfway. Ross going for goal.
Glos awarded scrum penalty for second time in five minutes
Welsh wing Stegmann's grubber causes problems, but Twelvetrees runs the ball clear in style.
Glos 3, Welsh 3 (Ross)
Welsh awarded penalty 40m out.
Neither side really settling at scrum time yet.
Glos 3 (Burns), Welsh 0
Gloucester win penalty after series of good drives into 22
Welsh almost steal first scrum, but are penalised.
We are underway.
An even later charge for Gloucester sees former Oxford University prop Nick Wood drop out to be replaced by Dan Murphy
Gloucester leave the field after warming up by running through Welsh's set move!
The weather here seems a lot warmer than at Northampton where Oxford United are in action. There is no sign of snow around the pitch.
The odds, therefore, are stacked against Welsh. But then again, they have been all season. Kick-off is at 3pm.
Welsh have also had to withdraw Gavin Henson from their side. He is replaced at fly half by Gordon Ross.
Gloucester have named a strong side, with England internationals Charlie Sharples, Billy Twelvetrees and Freddie Burns in their back line.
There is no place in the side for full back Tom Arscott just days after announcing he will join relegation rivals Sale at the end of the season.
Arscott was named in the provisional team earlier in the week, but is ruled out with an unspecified injury.
Seb Jewell takes his place at No 15, with Gonzalo Tiesi returning in the centre.
The Exiles expect to learn the result of their appeal against a five-point penalty for fielding an ineligible player early next week. Regardless of this, they need to start winning on the field as their last Premiership victory was on December 1.
London Welsh begin today's match six points off safety behind Sale Sharks, who beat Bath 14-13 last night. This means even a bonus-point victory at Kingsholm will not be sufficient for Welsh to climb off the bottom.