Agree that Bath kept their shape well, they played as a team both in defence and attack, but some of their defenders were there for the taking. On a dozen occasions Connors and Vose cut inside their RB creating very dangerous space, only to find no midfield to support and no attackers running in behind the remaining defence to pass to. In Connors case he isn’t going to get an overlapping runner because he is supposed to be the Cavalry. Mills is doing his job but is very limited in who he can actually head the ball to, and often there is no one anywhere near. Yusuf did more pressing but I don’t think he has justified a starting spot in the team, despite the goal which I believe their keeper would have got to first if he had committed.