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Social Media Preview: Gallagher Premiership Rugby Final

Social Media Preview: Gallagher Premiership Rugby Final

So here we are, after last weekend’s thrilling action and nine months of enthralling rugby, we are left with two teams fighting it out to become Gallagher Premiership Rugby Champions.

The top prize is in sight for the Exeter Chiefs and, of course, the defending champions Saracens. Both will want to finish Saturday afternoon with their hands on the trophy at Twickenham.

Last weekend we saw Saracens power through Gloucester Rugby as it finished 44-19, to make their fifth final in six years.

And Rob Baxter’s Chiefs joined them, getting the better of Northampton Saints 42-12 as they reached their fourth-successive Gallagher Premiership Rugby final.

These two teams meet again in the season’s showpiece game, which now makes it the third time in the past four years in which they fight to lift the trophy.

But in a one-off final, anything can happen. Both teams produced dominant semi-finals performances and are worthy of lifting the trophy.

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Ahead of what is sure to be an all-out war on Saturday, here’s a look at what the clubs and players have been up to as they prepare for the biggest game of the season:

Alex Lozowski summarised their dominant semi-final win against Gloucester

Meanwhile, Jack Nowell claims the pain of last year has driven them on to success this year.

Saracens star Alex Goode showed off some dazzling footwork here prompting a Strictly Come Dancing comparison.

Looking back, here are some of Exeter Chief’s best bits showcased this season.

We might as well show some of the defending champions highlights too

And how can we forget this sublime bit of skill from Ollie Devoto? Could we see more of the same from the centre this Saturday?

Saracens showed us the work they do with the local community as they worked with the Alan Day Group as shown below

Exeter skipper Matthew Kvesic is looking to lead by example on Saturday

Meanwhile his teammate Gareth Steenson looking forward to trying to get the job done

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