Bath staged a stunning fightback to stay on course for the Premiership play-offs by beating West Country rivals Gloucester 31-20 at the Recreation Ground.
Gloucester led by 17 points entering the final quarter, but Bath moved second in the table after hooker Tom Dunn touched down twice in five minutes, before prop Lewis Boyce powered over and scrum-half Ben Spencer added a 78th-minute bonus-point score.
Fly-half Rhys Priestland kicked four conversions and a penalty, and victory over Saracens in their final regular-season game on Sunday week will be enough to secure a top-four finish.
Gloucester conceded 28 points during the final 19 minutes, and they could scarcely believe what had hit them.
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Tries by centre Chris Harris and former Bath player Matt Banahan put Gloucester in the driving seat, with Billy Twelvetrees kicking