Exeter v Northampton Preview – Premiership Rugby Semi-Final

Jim Hamilton and Andy Goode Preview the Premiership rugby semi-final clash between Exeter and Northampton.

Jim Hamilton And Andy Goode

By the time Exeter and Northampton take to the pitch for their Premiership rugby semi-final their final opponent will already be decided. Victory for the Chiefs will give them a fourth consecutive final appearance and will draw plenty of confidence from their 40-21 win over the same opponents in the final game of the regular season.

That said this is a knock-out game with plenty at stake and the Saints will know the Chiefs can be beaten, following their 31-28 victory earlier in the season. They will also be looking to their trump card in Cobus Reinach. The Springbok scrumhalf’s form will be instrumental in driving his team to a rare win at Sandy Park and their first final appearance since 2012/13. Jim Hamilton and Andy Goode bring you their preview to the clash while we bring you plenty of value with our enhanced odds which can be found in our FanBoosts section.

 

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Exeter v Northampton Preview

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Exeter v Northampton Teams

Exeter: Nowell; Cuthbert, Slade, Devoto, O’Flaherty; Simmonds, White; Moon, Yeandle (capt), Williams, Dennis, Hill, Ewers, Armand, Kvesic

Replacements: Cowan-Dickie, Hepburn, Francis, Skinner, Simmonds, Maunder, Steenson, Hill

Northampton: Tuala; Collins, Hutchinson, Francis, Naiyaravoro; Biggar, Reinach; van Wyk, Fish, Painter, Moon, Ratuniyarawa, Lawes, Ludlam, Harrison (capt)

Replacements: Dawidiuk, Waller, Hill, Ribbans, Gibson, Wood, Mitchell, Burrell

 

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