Dai Young looks forward to "huge challenge" of Bath

Andy Goode of London Wasps is tackled by Henry Trinder (L) and Billy Twelvetrees (R) of Gloucester during the Amlin Challenge Cup Quarter Final match on April 6, 2014
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Wasps head coach Dai Young admits that the Amlin Challenge Cup semi-final clash with Bath promises to be a "huge challenge" for his side.

London Wasps head coach Dai Young has admitted that the Amlin Challenge Cup semi-final clash with Bath promises to be a "huge challenge" for his side.

Wasps sealed their passage to the last four with a 36-24 win over Gloucester at Adams Park this evening, but Young expects a stiffer challenge from Mike Ford's men later this month.

"We are all really pleased with the victory tonight, the boys will enjoy that and we will look forward to some big games coming up in the next few weeks," he told the club's official website.

"That is obviously just one hurdle and we know what's in front of us now.

"Bath at home will be a huge challenge, they showed us up a little bit the last time they came here and we are under no illusions how tough that task will be."

The semi-final encounter is scheduled to take place on April 27.

Andy Goode of London Wasps is tackled by Henry Trinder (L) and Billy Twelvetrees (R) of Gloucester during the Amlin Challenge Cup Quarter Final match on April 6, 2014
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