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Team News: George Ford will lead Leicester Tigers against Bath Rugby in The ClashThe England fly half was playing for the opposition in the first staging of the annual Premiership match at Twickenham last year12:31, 6 APR 2018Updated09:02, 7 APR 2018George Ford in action for Leicester issues (Image: David Rogers/Getty Images) Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailGeorge Ford will be captain Leicester Tigers when they face off against his former club, Bath Rugby, in The Clash at Twickenham.The 25 year old fly half will start tomorrow (2pm) alongside fellow England internationals Jonny May, Ellis Genge and Dan Cole.Abrasive loosehead Genge starts for the first time in four months after coming off the bench last week and will join fellow Cole and Australia hooker Tatafu Polota Nau.Tommorow’s game will be the fifth time Bath have faced their fierce rivals Leicester at the home of English Rugby, winning four times and losing once.Jonathan Joseph admits England fatigue but is keen to rediscover cutting edge for Bath RugbyCentre Manu Tuilagi is unavailable after picking up an injury in Leicester’s last outing against Wasps, but Matt Toomua and Mathew Tait form a challenging midfield duo.Tigers head coach Matt O’Connor said: “Manu’s chest injury is more muscle than tendon, which is really positive, and the medical team are confident it will be only a couple of weeks.””Bath have Test class players across the field and it is going to be pretty intense for both teams.”We cannot afford to drop anything at the moment. We have to keep pressure on the sides around us and give ourselves the best chance because it is so tight in the table.”Bath Rugby’s annual losses have more than doubled as wage bill risesThe East Midlands club had a week off last week and scrum half Sam Harrison believes this will help going into the game.He said: “It’s beneficial to have not had the game last week, to get some down time and have a bit of a rest.”Bath Rugby vs Leicester Tigers in The Clash: Kick off time, TV coverage, parking, transport and ticket informationThe Tigers are fifth in the league, pushing for a play off place and know that only a win is good enough tomorrow against the Blue, Black and Whites.Toomua said: “We know we can get in to that top four. We’re good enough but we need to continue to show that in each performance.”.