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Follow all the action on the RugbyPass live blog from the Heineken Champions Cup match between Exeter Chiefs and La Rochelle at Sandy Park.
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Rob Baxter’s Chiefs are boosted but the return of Harry Williams at tighthead after his two-week suspension. Dave Dennis, Jonny Hill and Sam Simmonds also return to bolster the pack.
Nic White misses out after sustaining a facial injury at Glasgow. Jack Maunder is promoted at scrum-half, while in the centre Sam Hill is chosen instead of Ollie Devoto.
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“A win this weekend would not only reward the players for all of their hard work, but it would be a great reward for the supporters and the club as a whole,” said Baxter as already qualified Exeter look to finish their pool campaign with the win that would earn them a home quarter-final.
EXETER: 15. Stuart Hogg; 14. Jack Nowell, 13. Ian Whitten, 12. Sam Hill, 11. Olly Woodburn; 10. Joe Simmonds, 9. Jack Maunder; 1. Alec Hepburn, 2. Luke Cowan-Dickie, 3. Harry Williams, 4. Dave Dennis (capt), 5. Jonny Hill, 6. Dave Ewers, 7. Jacques Vermeulen, 8. Sam Simmonds. Reps: 16. Elvis Taione, 17. Ben Moon, 18. Enrique Pieretto Heiland, 19. Jannes Kirsten, 20. Matt Kvesic, 21. Stu Townsend, 22. Gareth Steenson, 23. Ollie Devoto.
LA ROCHELLE: 15. Vincent Rattez; 14. Kini Murimurivalu, 13. Geoffrey Doumayrou, 12. Pierre Aguillon, 11. Arthur Retiere; 10. Ihaia West, 9. Thomas Berjon; 1. Dany Priso, 2. Pierre Bourgarit, 3. Uini Atonio, 4. Romain Sazy (capt), 5. Remi Leroux, 6. Lopeti Timani, 7. Zeno Kieft, 8. Gregory Alldritt. Reps: 16. Facundo Bosch, 17. Léo Aouf, 18. Sila Puafisi, 19. Thomas Lavault, 20. Wiaan Liebenberg, 21. Alexi Bales, 22. Brock James, 23. Elliot Roudil.
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