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Chiefs v Bath – SOLD OUT

Sunday’s Aviva Premiership clash between Exeter Chiefs and Bath Rugby is now officially sold out.

The remaining tickets for the game, which will kick off at 1pm, were sold this afternoon.
 
It means a crowd of over 12,500 will be expected inside Sandy Park for the fixture which pits the Westcountry rivals against each other. It also marks the fourth sold out fixture at home for the Chiefs this season.
 
For those supporters unable to attend Sunday's game, you can keep up to date with the game through the Exeter Chiefs Twitter and Facebook accounts, whilst the game itself will be shown live on BT Sport 1. Radio Devon will also be broadcasting full live commentary.

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