De Glanville makes Bath comeback
January 6, 2000
Former England captain Phil de Glanville is set to make his comeback when Bath tackle Padova in the Heineken Cup on Saturday.
De Glanville, sidelined since suffering a fractured cheekbone during the Premiership defeat against Wasps almost five weeks ago, is on replacement duty this weekend.
Fly-half Mike Catt has not recovered from a shoulder injury though, while hamstring trouble keeps out flanker Ben Clarke.
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