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Kings of Europe to claim English crown

Kings of Europe to claim English crown


The two best teams in England go head-to-head in the Gallagher Premiership Grand Final on Saturday, with Saracens looking to achieve another double season with victory over Exeter Chiefs.

If there is any side in the country that can really challenge Sarries for the English crown then it is the Chiefs, but will they have enough to knock the reigning champions off their stride?

Saracens to win @ 20/57

Looking at how the regular season ended and the state of the Premiership table, one would think the Chiefs should be favourites for this weekend’s contest at Twickenham.

Exeter finished top of the table with eight points between themselves and second-placed Saracens.

However, Sarries had to endure the rigours of going all the way to the final and winning the European Champions Cup by beating Leinster earlier this month.

Saracens with -6.5 FT Handicap @ 50/57

The Londoners just know how to win these big games, as they showed in Newcastle’s St James’ Park against another powerhouse in the form of Leinster in the Champions Cup final.

With every win in a major final, Sarries just seem to take that experience and get even stronger.

The names just roll off the tongue now when it comes to the quality in Mark McCall‘s ranks.

Owen Farrell, the Vunipola brothers, Maro Itoje, Sean Maitland, Alex Goode; all these players have been there and done it on so many occasions.

Exeter to score first @ 1/1

Saracens have had the tendency to let teams get the first score and then come storming back into the contest.

The Chiefs might come out of the blocks quickly, but over the course of 80 minutes, Saracens should have the experience and the guile to secure another memorable victory.

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Alex Jack As a regular at Murrayfield and Headingley, Alex's knowledge of both Rugby Union and Rugby League is undoubted. He also takes in plenty of Football League action and particularly specialises in Championship betting.


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