Newcastle Falcons future in the Aviva Premiership is back in their own hands following Wasps defeat at Bath.
Should the Falcons get five points against Wasps and ensure the Londoners do not take a losing bonus point then Gary Gold’s side will be safe by one point.
The Falcons are currently bottom of the Premiership after their recent 3-9 defeat to Saracens at Kingston Park.
The match takes place on Saturday 5th May at Adams Park with kick off 2:00pm.
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