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Exeter Chiefs side to face Worcester

England trio Luke Cowan-Dickie, Don Armand and Henry Slade have a well-earned week off

The Chiefs welcome Worcester Warriors to Sandy Park in tomorrow's Gallagher Premiership clash. 


Positioned second in the table, it's been Exeter's best-ever start to a top-flight season. That said, head coach Hepher believes his side have much more to come. 


Speaking to the clubs website, he said: "Obviously we're delighted to have won the opening four games, but at the same time we're still looking for a pick-up in performance. If we're being honest, the last few weeks in terms of performance have not been as great as we would have liked, so we've had to look at certain areas and aspects of our game.


"Certainly, we'd like to up our intensity in both attack and defence which, if we do that, then we can return to the quality performances we've already had this season."


For the game against Worcester tomorrow, England trio Luke Cowan-Dickie, Don Armand and Henry Slade have a well-earned week off. Full line up:


15 Santiago Cordero 14 Jack Nowell 13 Ian Whitten 12 Ollie Devoto 11 Alex Cuthbert 10 Gareth Steenson 9 Jack Maunder 1 Alec Hepburn 2 Jack Yeandle (capt) 3 Tomas Francis 4 Dave Dennis 5 Jonny Hill 6 Dave Ewers 7 Matt Kvesic 8 Sam Simmonds


16 Elvis Taione 17 Ben Moon 18 Harry Williams 19 Ollie Atkins 20 Sean Lonsdale 21 Stu Townsend 22 Joe Simmonds 23 Sam Hill

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