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Sandy Park in Exeter is sure to be packed to the rafters with passionate Devonians on Saturday, as the Exeter Chiefs welcome the London Wasps in the Aviva Premiership. As recently as five years ago, it would have been inconceivable that the Chiefs would even be locking horns with the giants of the Premiership, but now after last week's stunning victory at reigning champions the Northampton Saints, the Chiefs find themselves in the dizzying position of second in the table.
If they hadn't slipped to a most unexpected defeat at Kingston park in Round 5, against the Newcastle Falcons by 24-29, the Exeter Chiefs would now be sitting astride the Premiership. Wasps may have equalled their own highest ever Premiership score last Sunday, in their last game at Adams Park, before they move to Coventry, but it was against the hapless London Welsh, who already look doomed to make a rapid return to the Championship.
Wasps are in fifth place in the table, having won four of their seven games this season, but if they want to make a serious challenge for a top four position, and entry to the post season play-offs, they need to start winning away from home, They have lost their last five games on the road in the Aviva tournament, last winning away at doomed Worcester in March.
Posted: 14th September 2013
Both Exeter and Wasps will be keen to recover from their respective first round losses when the two sides clash in the Premiership this weekend. Watch Exeter Chiefs v London Wasps on your pc by joining watchliverugby.tv today. Wasps suffered a heartbreaking loss against Harlequins last weekend. In front of a 60,000+ crowd, Wasps had the better of Harlequins and would have even snatched a famous last gasp victory had Andy Goode not struck the woodwork with his attempted conversion of Tom Palmer’s try. They lead 10-3 at the interval and also outscored their opponents two tries to one.
Exeter were thrashed 38-11 by Northampton in their Premiership opener. Chiefs’ defense went to pieces in the first half as they let in four tries and trailed by 25 points at half time. Australian lock Dean Mumm barged over for a consolation try on the hour mark, with Jamie Stevenson adding six points from the boot. Exeter had major problems with their lineout and will be looking to pull up their socks ahead of their home clash against Wasps. Will Wasps hand Exeter a second straight defeat? Watch Exeter Chiefs v London Wasps online and find out.
Posted: 1st December 2012
Saturday, the 1st of December, The Exeter Chiefs and the London Wasps will play in Exeter at 17:30 local time and GMT in the Aviva Premiership. The Exeter Chiefs are the sixth ranked team on the table right now, and they have a total of 24 points earned so far this season, eight of them were earned from bonus points and the rest from the five wins that they have taken. They have no draws so they get four losses. However, there is another team that also has 24 points, and that is Bath Rugby with five wins and four losses as well.
As for the London Wasps, they come in at eighth right now with 23 points. And they have four wins out of the nine games that they have played. They have no draws and five losses and they have 11 points from bonuses.
Posted: 24th September 2011
One of the Aviva Premiership matches being played this week is Sunday's game between the Exeter Chiefs and the London Wasps, which happens on Sunday, September 25th at 15:00 in local time and an hour earlier GMT for those watching the match live from afar. The Chiefs are second in the table right now. The have been able to win two of the three matches that they have played, and have earned ten points for their troubles. Meanwhile, the London Wasps are in sixth place right now and the current season leader for the Aviva Premiership is the Harlequins with 13 points.
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