— Wasps Rugby (@WaspsRugby) September 7, 2018
“You can sense a bit of an edge in training. You know we’re going to have to be good. Everybody talks about the way Exeter play. We know what they’re going to bring but we’ve still got to stop it,” Dai Young, director of rugby at Wasps, told the club’s website ahead of the fixture against last season’s beaten finalists.
“They’re a quality team who do not have too many weaknesses but we’ve shown in the past. If we get our game going we’re more than a handful for anybody.
“We’re under no illusions and we know we’re going to have to play our best rugby and if we don’t play our best rugby, it could be a hard day at the office.”
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