FINAL STARTING XV Chiefs recall player of year

Exeter Chiefs club crest/badge/logoExeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter makes one change to his super semi final winning team for today’s eagerly anticipated Premiership final against table topping Wasps at Twickenham (1430). 

Chiefs supporters player of the year Olly Woodburn returns from a hamstring injury to replace James Short on the wing following last Saturday’s breath-taking 18-16 Sandy Park win over Saracens.

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Joe Simmonds set for Chiefs Premiership debut

Exeter Chiefs logoExeter Chiefs international centres Henry Slade and Michele Campagnaro along with tight-head prop Tomas Francis are on 6 Nations duty and miss today’s home Premiership clash against Newcastle Falcons (1500).

Fellow international Jack Nowell remains unavailable due to England commitments, while leading points-scorer Gareth Steenson (hamstring) is ruled out.

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TEAM NEWS Faletau back at 8 for Bath, Jennings debut

Bath rugby crestBath Rugby welcome back Welsh international forward Taulupe Faletau at no 8 against Harlequins at the Recreation Ground today (1500ko).

Faletau made his comeback as a second half replacement for Wales during their 21-16 defeat against England last Saturday. David Denton will make his first start in the league since September.

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TEAM NEWS Slade and Campagnaro return for Chiefs

Exeter Chiefs logoInternationals Henry Slade (England) and Michele Campagnaro (Italy) - both of whom have been away on Six Nations duty – start in the Exeter Chiefs centre at Worcester today (1500ko).

With lock Jonny Hill suspended, Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter is forced to change Chiefs' second row.

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TEAM NEWS Morgan and Moriarty back in back row

Gloucester Rugby crestGloucester Rugby make five changes for tonight’s Premiership match against Saracens at Kingsholm (1945ko).
 
The Cherry and Whites will be looking to bounce back following a disappointing 34-9 reverse at Leicester Tigers.

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EXETER CHIEFS TEAM NEWS six changes for sell-out semi

Exeter Chiefs logoExeter Chiefs chief Rob Baxter makes six switches to his winning side for today’s 12,500-plus sell-out Premiership play-off semi-final against Wasps at Sandy Park 1515ko (ground open 1100).

Although victorious last time out at Harlequins - where the second placed Chiefs ran in 10 tries during a 62-24 May 7 final day triumph - head coach Baxter has made changes.

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