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TV selections for Aviva Premiership Rugby

THE BT Sport cameras will make the trip to stadiummk in April when Northampton Saints host a re-run of last season’s Aviva Premiership Rugby Final.

The Saints will entertain last year’s runners-up Saracens in Round 20 of Aviva Premiership Rugby at the home of the MK Dons, in a match doubling up as a Rugby World Cup test event.
The clash between the Saints and Saracens takes centre stage on Saturday but the weekend of live TV action kicks off at the Recreation Ground where London Irish make the short trip west.
The weekend of live TV matches is completed on Sunday when Exeter Chiefs travel to the Ricoh Arena to play Wasps.
The penultimate round of Aviva Premiership Rugby on the weekend of 8-10 May kicks off on Friday 8 May at the Twickenham Stoop when Bath Rugby are the visitors that evening.
This crucial weekend of Aviva Premiership Rugby on BT Sport sees Wasps v Leicester Tigers on Saturday, for what is now a Midlands derby, and ends at Allianz Park on Sunday when Exeter Chiefs are the visitors at Saracens.
* All matches in the final round of Aviva Premiership Rugby on Saturday 16 May will kick off at 3.30pm with two matches broadcast live on BT Sport. Those two matches will be announced after Round 21.
Live TV matches in Rounds 20 & 21
Friday 24 April – Bath Rugby v London Irish (7.45pm) –  Recreation Ground
Saturday 25 April – Northampton Saints v Saracens (3.15pm) – stadiummk
Sunday 26 April – Wasps v Exeter Chiefs (2pm) – Ricoh Arena
Friday 8 May – Harlequins v Bath Rugby (7.45pm) – Twickenham Stoop
Saturday 9 May – Wasps v Leicester Tigers (3.15pm) – Ricoh Arena
Sunday 10 May – Saracens v Exeter Chiefs (2pm) – Allianz Park

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