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Kai Horstmann of Exeter Chiefs lifts the Anglo-Welsh trophy. Exeter just continues going from strength to strength.
After last year’s maiden Premiership title triumph, they are enjoying another wonderful season at the top of the table and look on course to secure a home semi-final in the playoffs once again. And they added to their trophy cabinet of course at Kingsholm last week when they beat Bath in the Anglo-Welsh Cup final. Once again new stars have emerged from Sandy Park this season, none more so than the Simmonds brothers. Number eight Sam is their top try scorer with an impressive eight in nine starts and has burst onto the international scene with England, while fly-half Joe has caught the eye in recent weeks with the third best-kicking success rate in the league with 84.13 percent, helping him keep Gareth Steenson out of the side. Director of rugby Rob Baxter played for Exeter for 14 years with 10 of them as captain before becoming forwards coach after retirement. He took over as head coach in 2009 and won promotion from the Championship in his first season in charge, overseeing the Chiefs’ remarkable progress ever since.

Mark Atkinson of Gloucester breaks clear
Exeter Chiefs have won their last five matches in all competitions since Wasps beat them 13-7 at Ricoh Arena in round 15. Their only defeat at Sandy Park in the tournament since October 2016 was by a single point to Worcester on 10 February. Gloucester have won their last two away games in all competitions but have not won three in a row on the road for over three years. The 33-29 victory at London Irish in round 18 ended a three-game winless run in the Premiership.Jason Woodward breaks, scores and celebrates the winning try in overtime Gloucester has lost only one of their last four encounters with Exeter.The earlier meeting between the sides was on the opening day when Jason Woodward’s last-gasp try on his debut gave Gloucester a dramatic win in Johan Ackermann’s first game as head coach. It finished 27-27 the last time the sides met at Sandy Park in October 2016 with Exeter scoring 13 points in the last 10 minutes with the last minute Damian Welch try denying Gloucester victory. Gloucester’s last win at Sandy Park was a 26-25 victory in January 2015.

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