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Exeter looking to land last eight spot

Wednesday 8th January 2020

2:32 pm (GMT)

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Exeter looking to land last eight spot

Stuart Hogg of Exeter Chiefs celebrates with Sam Hill

Exeter Chiefs will seal a spot in the Heineken Champions Cup for just the second time in their history with a win over Glasgow Warriors on Saturday at Scotstoun, live on BT Sport and beIN SPORTS from 13:00 GMT.

The visitors have won all four matches in the competition this season and sit 10 points clear of the Scottish side in Pool 2 who currently occupy second spot.

Key facts

  • This will be the sixth meeting between Glasgow and Exeter Chiefs in the Heineken Champions Cup. The Warriors have won three of the previous five clashes, including both home games.
  • Glasgow have won nine of their last 11 home games against Gallagher Premiership opposition, with only Saracens and Northampton Saints managing to win at Scotstoun in that spell.
  • Exeter are one of four clubs with a 100% win rate in the Heineken Champions Cup this season, along with Leinster, Ulster and Toulouse. The Chiefs’ current four-game winning run is their best in Europe’s top flight.
  • If Exeter manage to continue that run, they will be guaranteed a place in the quarter-finals for the second time in their history.
  • Exeter have won their last two away games and are aiming to win three in a row on the road for the first time in European competition.
  • Exeter have conceded just 39 turnovers this season, fewer than any other side, however, they’ve also won the fewest turnovers (14).
  • Exeter have scored six tries in the 20-minute period after half time, more than any other side and five more than Glasgow.

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Exeter clinch last eight spot with dramatic draw

Saturday 11th January 2020

5:41 pm (GMT)

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Exeter clinch last eight spot with dramatic draw

Nic White of Exeter Chiefs scored in the 31-31 Heineken Champions Cup draw with Glasgow Warriors

Exeter Chiefs secured a spot in the Heineken Champions Cup quarter-finals after a thrilling 31-31 draw with Glasgow Warriors at Scotstoun.

Glasgow made a perfect start and scored a try in the opening minute. It was great play by Tommy Seymour who chipped over the final Exeter defender and collected his kick to score in the corner.

Exeter hit back with a Joe Simmonds penalty kick before Glasgow got a second try, with play reaching Huw Jones and he cut the angle wonderfully and dived over the line to push the Scottish side out to a 14-3 lead.

Glasgow would try to go wide again as they went on the search for a third try but this time they were punished, with Nic White latching onto a poor pass and sprinted 50 metres for the try.

Matt Kvesic powered over shortly after and they grabbed another with Glasgow down to 14 men.

It started with a lovely run from Jack Nowell before the forwards made the hard yards, with Jacques Vermeulen dotting down.

In a thrilling opening 40, it was rounded off with a delightful dummy and step from Adam Hastings and he released George Horne for the try with the clock in the red, making it 24-24 at the interval.

The second half was quieter on try-scoring action but Exeter did go seven ahead after a tap from Jack Nowell and two phases later Matt Kvesic dummied and powered over the line for his second of the game.

However, Glasgow came roaring back with a driving maul that got over the Exeter try line, with Niko Matawalu under a pile of players from both teams.

The match would not be without late drama as Stuart Hogg attempted a wind-assisted penalty kick to win the game from fully 60 metres out but the kick hit the crossbar and came back out to the relief of the Scotstoun faithful, with the match ending all-square.

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