Bristol will look to cement their place at the top of their European Challenge Cup Pool in Paris on Saturday.

The Bears are currently looking down on the other three teams in Pool Four after picking-up maximum points from their opening three games.

Last week they made it three bonus point wins out of three when they beat Stade Francais 37-11 at Ashton Gate.

Tries from Charles Piutau, Luke Morahan, Toby Fricker and Harry Thacker were added to by the boots of Ioan Lloyd and forgotten man Ian Madigan.

The second act of the traditional European double-header takes place this weekend at 8pm at the Stade Jean-Bouin.

Bristol already boast a commanding lead at the top of the pool after scoring 132 points in their opening three matches.

Stade currently sit bottom of the pool with only four points, with fellow French side Brive in third.

Italians Zebre are in second but are nine points behind Bristol and possess a much inferior points difference.

The once-mighty Stade are also struggling on the domestic front this season and are currently propping-up the Top 14.