As Hindy said, Gower is always good for a game or two and usually plays very well, but when he strings to many games together, he becomes mostly ineffective. With all the sports science out there now they are spot on with assessments of players outputs during games and the effects of multiple games on players. The data probably shows he is due for a spell and Peni is a young bull, itching to get back on. It's a no brainer if that is what is behind this move. Besides, if we lose tonight, which is very probable, I doubt that it will be because Peni came back into the team, unless of cause we are behind on the score board by 3 or less with one minute to go and Peni drops the ball with the line wide open.