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Simmonds a World Cup doubt after ACL injury

England backrower Sam Simmonds will be out for the next six to nine months after tearing his ACL, casting doubt over his chances of playing at next year's Rugby World Cup.

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Saracens, Exeter ahead of the rest - Solomons

Saracens and Exeter Chiefs' blistering start to the Premiership season shows they are ahead of the rest of the division, according to Worcester's Alan Solomons.

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Weekend review: Player of the weekend, flop & more

Leinster and Saracens fans were smiling this weekend as domestic honours were secured, while Castres set up a mouthwatering Top 14 final in Paris next weekend.

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201dTom Hamilton

Relentless Saracens regain Premiership crown

On a day of inevitable remarkable sporting drama and silverware, Saracens put their flag in the ground with a performance of immense resourcefulness to beat Exeter Chiefs 27-10 and take the 2017-18 Aviva Premiership title.

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Weekend predictions: Prem, PRO14, Top 14

James Harrington runs the rule over the Aviva Premiership and PRO14 finals, plus the Top 14 semifinals, to predict which player will shine brightest, who will have an afternoon to forget and a whole lot more.

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Baxter: Players select the team, not coaches

Exeter boss Rob Baxter has backed young fly-half Joe Simmonds to relish his key role in Saturday's Aviva Premiership final against Saracens.

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205dPA Sport

Vunipola set to start Premiership final

Billy Vunipola is expected to start Saracens' Aviva Premiership final against Exeter at Twickenham on Saturday despite coming off at halftime in Saracens' semifinal victory over Wasps.

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Weekend review: Player of the weekend, flop & more

Plenty was sorted out over an enthralling few days but who shone, who had a weekend to forget and what will fans be talking about ahead of a busy period of domestic action?

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Manner of Exeter win delights Baxter

Rob Baxter praised a "glued together" performance after his Exeter team saw off Newcastle to reach their third successive Aviva Premiership final.

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Relentless Chiefs power into Prem final

Tries from Nic White, Olly Woodburn and Don Armand helped Exeter set up a Twickenham date with Saracens with a 36-5 defeat of Newcastle.

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209dMartyn Thomas

Playoffs add spice to Premiership title race

The 2017-18 Aviva Premiership semifinals take place with Newcastle looking to emulate champions Exeter by beating the Chiefs and punching their ticket to Twickenham.

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210dESPN Staff

Weekend predictions: Prem, PRO14, Top 14

Following eight months of intense competition four teams are left battling for silverware in the Aviva Premiership and PRO14, while Castres, Lyon, Toulon and Toulouse target a place in the Top 14 semifinals.

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222dPA Sport

Exeter pile misery on Harlequins

Exeter completed the regular Aviva Premiership season with an emphatic 41-17 victory at Twickenham Stoop that consigned Harlequins to a chastening 10th-placed finish.

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224dESPN Staff

Ackermann up for Prem Discovery award

Ruan Ackermann has been rewarded for a fine first season in England with a place on the shortlist for Premiership Rugby's Discovery of the Year award.

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Exeter make sure of top billing in playoffs

Exeter ensured they would finish top of the Aviva Premiership at the end of the regular season with a hard-fought 34-19 win over Sale before a sell-out crowd at Sandy Park.

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Chiefs cement home semi with win

Sam Simmonds' hat-trick sealed Exeter Chiefs a home Aviva Premiership semi-final as the league leaders thumped London Irish 45-5 to push the Exiles ever closer to relegation.

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Exeter thump Gloucester to extend lead

Exeter extended their lead at the top of the Aviva Premiership table to eight points with a convincing 46-10 win over Gloucester at Sandy Park.

2019 RankingsEuropean Rugby Champions Cup

  • EXET15th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Leinster : 13 Tries Scored
  • EXET12th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Leinster : 55 Points Difference