A Premiership club will be consigned this season after RFU CEO Nigel Melville marked ring-fencing English rugby’s best trip as “pie in the sky considering”.
Only four points separate the last seven clubs in the table with generally noteworthy clubs, for example, Leicester, Bath and Northampton all associated with the battle to remain up.
With the assignment fight being so close, there have been calls to ensure the 12 Premiership groups’ best flight status by rejecting the drop and ring-fencing the division, however Melville rushed to expel the thought being presented this battle.
“I imagine that is called pie in the sky believing isn’t it?” Melville told journalists on Tuesday. “All of a sudden people need something to happen now. Well no, that is not how it works. Nothing will change as respects this season.
“I ask why this week we’re discussing advancement and assignment? You take a gander at the table and you can perceive any reason why, with six or seven groups isolated by four points.
“It’s an extremely energizing Premiership. Having been a mentor I can reveal to you it’s unmistakably more happy with sitting at the highest point of the class than the base.
“Now and again we can concentrate excessively on the base, since individuals fizzle if groups go down. Be that as it may, it is greatly focused. The standard of rugby may be crushed a bit as things turn out to be more tense. It’s an entertaining old season, however that is the manner in which it works.”