16th Premiership date continues English and Exeter beat him again the duel, like the finale of last season, to Wasp. This time it was 43-13 and had the Argentine seasoning, since Facundo Cordero, who played as a starter, scored a try for the Chiefs. In the other match that was played at the same time Santiago Carreras scored a try for Gloucester but did not reach him and fell to Sale by a tight 25-22.
Later, Harlequins, with Martín Landajo on the substitute bench, will face Worcester and Newcastle will collide with Bristol. On Sunday, Bath will host Leicester from Matías Moroni and Tomás Lavanini from 11 am on ESPN Play and at 9 pm delayed by ESPN Extra.
Friday started the date and Northampton got a win over London Irish, without Agustín Creevy or Facundo Gigena, by 44-26.
EXETER 43-13 LONDON WASPS (Saturday)
He settled in the second position and with a try from Facundo Cordero he continued his triumphant passage through the tournament. The Chiefs are the current champions, the candidates to repeat and they showed it against a London team that could not put up much resistance. Ollie Devoto, Jonny Hill, Stuart Hogg (2), Tomas Francis and Joe Simmonds marked the other conquests. The last one also took care of the conversions and got four right. For the outsiders there was a Josh Bassett try converted by Jacob Umaga that also provided a penalty.
SALE 25-22 GLOUCESTER (Saturday)
Santiago Carreras scored a try but missed the Reds on his visit to AJ Bell Stadium. The Sharks, despite having one less due to the expulsion of Robert du Preez at 24 ‘of the first half, managed to obtain the victory. Faf de Klerk, Arrond Reed and Marland Yarde scored the tries. Robert du Preez provided a conversion while on court and then AJ MacGinty took over with another conversion and two penalties. In addition to Racing, for the visitors came Jonny May and Wili Heinz. Billy Twelvetrees was present with two conversions and George Barton with a penalty.
NORTHAMPTON 44-26 LONDON IRISH (Friday)
Nick Phipps was the one to open the account for London, but the joy didn’t last long when Fraser Dingwall reached Irish ingoal and evened things out. Ollie Hassell-Collins reversed that partial result and put the visitors 7-14. Then, from so many twists and turns, Alex Mitchell put the locals up with two tries with a score that he could never turn around. In the second half, Ollie Sleightholme scored two wins and Piers Francis one more that left no answers for those in green and white.