The West Country club go into the match one place below their opponents in the Aviva Premiership table and can overtake them if they continue their dominant record.
However, defeats in three of their last four outings in the league could give Exeter cause for some optimism, despite the Chiefs' two recent losses in the Heineken Cup.
Dean Mumm has been named in the Exeter starting lineup after missing last weekend's Heineken Cup defeat to Clermont Auvergne due to personal reasons and Gonzalo Camacho is also given a place in the side.
Bath: Abendanon, Eastmond, Hipkiss, Williams, Biggs, Donald, Claassens, Skirving, Louw, Fearns, Attwood, Day, Wilson, Mears, James
Replacements: Sharman, Catt, Perenise, Hooper, Skuse, McMillan, Vesty, Agulla
Exeter: Arscott, Camacho, Dollman, Shoemark, Jess, Steenson, Thomas, Baxter, Scaysbrook, Johnson, Hanks, Mumm, Rimmer, Alcott, Sturgess
Replacements: Whitehead, Moon, Budgen, Muldowney, Ewers, Barrett, Mieres, Whitten
Sports Mole says: Bath to continue their Exeter dominance.