Just a point separates first from third in the Champions Cup Pool 4, but this evening's fixture at the Rec should change that as leaders Bath take on Scarlets, who are still very much in the mix if they can manage to get a result.
England head coach Eddie Jones looked on as the 1998 European champions came horribly unstuck, but Bath could have no complaints on a night when the Scarlets dominated every key area.
Scarlets' four tries earned them a bonus point which puts them four points clear of Bath at the top of Pool 5. The Scarlets, meanwhile, will battle it out with Toulon in what is sure to be a fascinating climax to the group stage.
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And Bath were behind their posts just eight minutes later, left reeling by a stunning Scarlets attack that full-back Rhys Patchell started inside his own 22.
Pre-match omens also, look to be in Bath's favour as 21-year-old wünderkind flanker Sam Underhill returns to action for the first time after suffering a concussion in England's autumn worldwide victory against Australia.
But the Scarlets were untroubled by his departure, rocking Bath on their heels again as they claimed a second try when Patchell moved possession wide, Parkes acted as the link and Asquith crossed unopposed in the corner.
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The first score in the second half was going to be vital and there was no let-up from the Scarlets.
Jones' conversion made it 19-3 and the fly-half then kicked a penalty following a Bath scrummaging offence, with the home side trooping off at half-time after being taught a lesson in terms of ambition, creativity and running rugby.
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