This is Wasps fifth appearance in the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final, winning all four previous attempts, in 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2008.
Wasps have actually won the last ten finals they have contested in all tournaments since Saracens beat them at Twickenham in the Tetley’s Bitter Cup in 1998.
Wasps only defeat in their last eight Premiership Rugby fixtures was 13-32 at Harlequins on 28 April.
Exeter Chiefs have reached their second successive Aviva Premiership Final, going down 20-28 to Saracens at this stage last year.
The Chiefs have lost their last three final appearances in all tournaments since beating Northampton Saints 15-8 in the final of the Anglo-Welsh Cup at Sandy Park in 2014.
Exeter are unbeaten in their last sixteen Aviva Premiership Rugby matches and another victory would tie Leicester’s all-time record in the competition set between 1999 and 2000.
The Chiefs have visited Twickenham on six previous occasions and have yet to record a victory.
The two clubs have met on three occasions this season with Wasps winning in round 1 of Aviva Premiership Rugby at the Ricoh Arena, Exeter Chiefs winning at Sandy Park in the Anglo Welsh Cup and the two clubs drawing 35-all at Sandy Park in Premiership Rugby in February.
Twickenham Stadium, 2.30pm – Live on BT Sport
Referee: JP Doyle (132nd Premiership game, 2nd final).
Assistant Referees: Matthew Carley & Luke Pearce.
TMO: Rowan Kitt.