"There's still much to play for," despite securing home-semi final says Chiefs' head coach
Table toppers Exeter, who have already guaranteed themselves a home semi-final, welcome Wasps to Sandy Park on Sunday.
However, despite booking there place in the Premiership semi-final in record-breaking time, there is still much to play for says Chiefs head coach Ali Hepher.
Speaking to the clubs website, Hepher said: “There is still so much to play for over these last few weeks. “It’s not just about spots within the side, there are also a few other challenges we’ve set the guys to go after. Right now, it’s not massively important if we finish top or second, but getting that home semi-final was crucial.
“The important thing from now is that we pick up our form and that we keep accelerating. Last week was a knock on against Leicester from the Bath game - and now we’re looking for another knock on against Wasps.”
The Chiefs have made little changes to the side that emphatically beat Leicester Tigers last weekend:
Chiefs side to face wasps
15 Santiago Cordero 14 Jack Nowell 13 Henry Slade 12 Ollie Devoto 11 Olly Woodburn 10 Joe Simmonds 9 Nic White 1 Ben Moon 2 Luke Cowan-Dickie 3 Tomas Francis 4 Sean Lonsdale 5 Ollie Atkins 6 Dave Ewers 7 Don Armand (capt) 8 Matt Kvesic
16 Jack Yeandle 17 Alec Hepburn 18 Harry Williams 19 Toby Salmon 20 Richard Capstick 21 Jack Maunder 22 Sam Hill 23 Ian Whitten