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Saracens and Exeter name teams for Premiership Final

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Both Exeter Chiefs and Saracens have named their sides ahead of the Premiership Final at Twickenham.


Saracens put on a try-scoring masterclass to down Wasps, while Exeter Chiefs kept up their bid retain the crown by defeating Newcastle Falcons in a show-stopping semi-final weekend.

This Saturday’s match at Twickenham will be on shown on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 4K UHD with coverage starting at 2pm, one hour before the season’s showpiece gets underway.

This will be the fourth time in five years that Saracens have made it to the Final while Exeter Chiefs are heading back to Twickenham for a third straight campaign.

When the pair collided in the 2016 Final it was tries from Alex Goode, Chris Wyles and Duncan Taylor that proved the difference as Saracens ran out 28-20 victors.

The Chiefs would have their revenge 12 months later in the most dramatic of circumstances as a 79th minute try from Sam Simmonds helped snatch a 18-16 semi-final victory at Sandy Park.


Saracens have named an unchanged 23 for the Aviva Premiership final against Exeter Chiefs.

Saracens team to face Exeter Chiefs:

15 Alex Goode
14 Sean Maitland
13 Alex Lozowski
12 Brad Barritt
11 Chris Wyles
10 Owen Farrell
9 Richard Wigglesworth

1 Mako Vunipola
2 Jamie George
3 Vincent Koch
4 Maro Itoje
5 George Kruis
6 Nick Isiekwe
7 Jackson Wray
8 Billy Vunipola


16 Schalk Brits
17 Richard Barrington
18 Juan Figallo
19 Will Skelton
20 Michael Rhodes
21 Ben Spencer
22 Marcelo Bosch
23 Nathan Earle


15 Lachie Turner
14 Jack Nowell
13 Henry Slade
12 Sam Hill
11 Olly Woodburn
10 Joe Simmonds
9 Nic White

1 Alec Hepburn
2 Luke Cowan-Dickie
3 Tomas Francis
4 Mitch Lees
5 Jonny Hill
6 Dave Ewers
7 Don Armand (capt)
8 Sam Simmonds

16 Jack Yeandle
17 Ben Moon
18 Greg Holmes
19 Sam Skinner
20 Thomas Waldrom
21 Stuart Townsend
22 Gareth Steenson
23 Ian Whitten


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