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Exeter 5/2 to pip Saracens to Premiership glory

Ben Darvill 30 May 2019
Exeter's players celebrate (credit:Simon Galloway/PA Wire/PA Images)

Exeter take on Saracens in the Premiership Final on Saturday with the latter the big favourites to lift the trophy.

Exeter and Saracens will take to the pitch at Twickenham at 15:00 BST on Saturday with one thing on the minds of the two; securing the trophy for their fans. Exeter come into this one after finishing at the top of the table with 86 points following a very impressive campaign, while Sarries meanwhile finished in second on 78 points, eight short of their next opponents.

However, while Exeter boast more points over the course of the season, Sarries have already won a trophy this year as they beat Leinster in the Champions Cup final, while they are the reigning-Premiership champions having beaten Exeter last year in a match in which they displayed their immense ability in knock-out rugby.

With this in mind, despite the fact they finished at the top this season, Exeter are very much the underdogs in this one as they come in at 5/2 with Betway to win, while Sarries are 4/11 for victory. 

The last time these two met saw Saracens hammer Exeter 38-7 in an awesome performance by the reigning-champions, and Exeter will need to be far better in this game if they are to claim victory, with Saracens’ choke-hold on the Premiership one the Chiefs will be desperate to break.

Betway - Premiership Final Winner betting odds:

Saracens - 4/11

Draw - 25/1

Exeter - 5/2 

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