John Brain’s men were en route to the top flight and a perfect 26 out of 26 when they won 25-14 at County Ground. It was that long ago.Since then the six meetings between the sides have brought the princely total of three losing bonus points. The same number of gut-churning defeats they have suffered in the last three seasons.Exeter came to Sixways in February and sent Ryan in an apoplexy as they hammered his disinterested team 42-3 in the LV Cup.When they dropped by in March 2013 Warriors were winning until Josh Matavesi was yellow carded and Dean Mumm crashed over three minutes from the end.Vintage Bathroom Accessories
If that was bad it paled into insignificance compared to the 31-26 reverse of April 2012 when Warriors were actually winning by seven points with two minutes to go before Phil Dollman and Sireli Naqelevuki delivered knockout blows.
As things stand Worcester have a recent record of played six, lost six against Exeter.After their seventh attempt they go to Bath where the form guide is even less favourable. They have visited The Rec on nine occasions - and lost every time. Two loss bonuses is a paltry reward.Which brings us to Saracens away. Played nine, won one, lost eight. In November 2006 Gavin Quinnell and Tom Harding scored the tries that secured a 20-17 triumph.Pedestal Cast Iron Tubs
In the three trips to Vicarage Road after that Worcester managed just six points on three occasions. They at least managed to secure a bonus point when they went down 25-20 at Wembley in February 2010.However, their first visit to the Allianz Arena ended in a 47-17 rout and a 20-minute hat-trick for David Strettle. Auguries for their return are not good.