What a belting couple of games we had last weekend, if this weekend even comes close to that we will be very spoilt. I am not playing in the Lions game today, much too many unknowns for me, but it is a great chance to see the way Gats wants to play and check some combinations throughout the side. Look forward to watch it

Exeter vs Harlequins 26/6/21 17:30 ko

Premiership final, what every side has played for the last 8 months. And it all comes down to this, and what a game to try and call, head says Exeter will be too strong, but heart says this never say die Quins team will have enough. Seriously anything could happen and that is why we are only having a small play on the result. Just sit back and watch the fireworks. One thing that is guaranteed though is, neither side will go away from what got them to this position. That means for Exeter, it will be play the territory game, kick deep and them come away with points at every opportunity, there is no better side at converting pressure into points. And that means going for tries, not kicking penalties. For Quins, it means playing from anywhere, creating chances and finishing them in style, but at the same time having an explosive forward pack who will win penalties and give their backline a chance to play in the right area of the pitch. With both sides known for their free flowing rugby and them not going into their shells on the big stage I expect plenty of points and tries

Total match points over 50.5, 10/11 with paddy power and betfair, others showing shorter prices (3 point win) – WON

https://www.oddschecker.com/rugby-union/england/gallagher-premiership/exeter-chiefs-v-harlequins/total-points

Total match tries over 5.5, 4/6 best price with betfair (3 point win) – WON

https://www.oddschecker.com/rugby-union/england/gallagher-premiership/exeter-chiefs-v-harlequins/total-tries 

Harlequins to win 10/3 best price with paddy power, generally 3/1 (1 point win) – WON

Get the chores done this morning so you can sit back enjoy the afternoon, good luck

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