Exeter He is one of the leading players at the European level in recent years. The Chiefs will look to get into their sixth consecutive final of Premiership when they visit Sharks out, on Saturday at 12.25 live on ESPN 3.
With 17 wins and 5 losses, Exeter finished second in the regular season of the English top division and will play at home against the Sharks. It was a less regular team than normal, but it was able to achieve that forcefulness that the title of candidate gives it.
Rob Baxter’s team started the Premiership with some major crashes. The five defeats he suffered were among the first 10. Then, from matchday 11 he did not lose more and thus he outlined in a great way to stay with second place.
He met his rival Sale Sharks on dates 11 and 22. Both duels were very even. In the first game, the Sharks were left with the victory at home by 25-20. While, on the last day of the season, the Chiefs prevailed by the minimum, 20-19.
Exeter was present in the last five Premiership finals and will defend the title won last year when they beat Wasps 19-13. Same rival that he defeated in the season 16/17 by 23-20. Saracens prevented him from celebrating the other three times.
The Chiefs will be looking to get into their sixth straight final. To do this, they must defeat the tough Sale Sharks on Saturday at 12:25 p.m., live on ESPN 3.