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Obviously, Watson, who replaces Tom Homer, has not played since the 2018 Six Nations after suffering a serious Achilles injury.
And Watson has been sidelined for 13 months due to an Achilles injury, undergoing two operations.
The 25-year-old has not played since England’s defeat to Ireland in their final match of the 2018 Six Nations.
But his return to action is a timely boost for club and country
with Bath still having a chance of reaching the Premiership play-offs and England’s World Cup warm-up Tests being less than four months away.
Watson lines up in the back three by Ruaridh McConnochie and Joe Cokanasiga
while Jamie Roberts starts alongside Jonathan Joseph in the midfield and Kahn Fotuali’i
And Freddie Burns continue as part of an unchanged half-back partnership.
Sale make no changes to their starting line-up following their Challenge Cup semi-final defeat by La Rochelle.
Back row Josh Strauss and prop Valery Morozov return to the bench for Steve Diamond’s side.
Watson was sidelined for longer than initially expected, after re-tearing his Achilles tendon during pre-season.
He was initially expected to be out for about six months following the Six Nations defeat by Ireland in March 2018 and missed England’s tour of South Africa in June.
It’s pretty much obvious that Watson, who has won 33 caps, lines up at full-back for Bath’s trip to the AJ Bell Stadium.
Sale: L James, Solomona, S James, O’Connor, Ashton, MacGinty, De Klerk; Harrison, Webber, John, Beaumont, Phillips, B Curry, T Curry, Ross.
Bath: Watson, Cokanasiga, Joseph, Roberts, McConnochie, Burns, Fotuali’i, Obano, Dunn, Lahiff, Attwood, Ewels, Ellis, Underhill, Mercer.
Replacements: Langdon, Moroz, Jones, Postlethwaite, Strauss, Cliff, Redpath, Reed.
Replacements: Walker, van Rooyen, Perenise, Douglas, Stooke, Chudley, Priestland, Rokoduguni.