Gloucester have provided us with four of their players to watch out for on Saturday...
Attwood's signing from Bristol Rugby didn't create back page headlines unlike those of Nicky Robinson or Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu but the big second row has started his Gloucester career in a similarly impressive manner.
Capped by England at U19 and U20 level, Attwood has also been a Saxons call up before his summer move up the A38.
Impressing during preseason, he has gone on to form promising second row partnerships with Alex Brown.
Paul, who joined Gloucester Rugby from Championship side London Welsh, is another who has burst onto the scene so far this season and earned his first England cap against Argentina recently.
Coming into the season, he would perhaps not have expected to have got so much playing time but injuries to the likes of Nick Wood and Alasdair Dickinson have given him an opportunity and he's made the most of it.
Doran-Jones possesses the crucial ability to play both sides of the scrum and is also a powerful ball carrier in the loose.
The 19 year old fly half, a product of the Gloucester Rugby Academy, has been making a name for himself in recent weeks.
A frequent member of the match day squad this season, Freddie has covered both the full back and fly half positions and started both the club's recent LV= Cup matches in his preferred 10 shirt .
Last weekend saw him make his first start in the Guinness Premiership and he responded with all the team's points in the 12-9 victory over the Leicester Tigers.
The fly half joined Gloucester Rugby in the summer having spent his entire career to date with the Cardiff Blues.
The Welsh international made a dream start to his Guinness Premiership career with a Man of the Match performance in the televised victory over Bath on the first weekend of the season.
His performance against Bath which included 14 points with the boot, has gone a long way to making Gloucester supporters forget about his performances against them for Cardiff last season!
Currently Gloucester's top points scorer in the Premiership despite missing the Tigers' win with a groin injury.
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