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After 2 cracking semi finals, (Exeter beating Saracens by 2 points and Wasps beating Leicester by 3 points with a try in the last minute), the Aviva Premiership Final is too close to call for many.
The tried and tested Wasps club have won all four of their previous finals in this competition and this club experience could tip the balance their way.
However, Exeter, the relative new kids on the block, certainly have the firepower to upset the party for the Londoners having been unbeaten in their last 16 Aviva Premiership matches. The Chiefs will also draw on the invaluable experience they gained in being beaten by Saracens in the final last year.
Wasps should feel as though they have a right to win this final, having topped the table in the league this season (on matches won over 2nd placed Exeter) but their Captain, Joe Launchbury, (who should still feel slightly aggrieved at being overlooked by Warren Gatland in selecting his Lions squad), has made it clear to his troops that league positions count for nothing once the clock hits 2.30pm tomorrow.
Wasps and Exeter have shared the spoils this season, each winning one match and drawing the third. On paper the match could therefore not be closer.
There will certainly be some tired bodies come 4pm tomorrow after a long season and the crystal ball says if not a draw, Wasps to sneak it.
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