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  1. FT: Exeter 57-22 Worcester
  2. Exeter run in eight tries in 70 minutes in dominant display
  3. Worcester score three tries but fall to fourth successive defeat

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By Nathan Middleton

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    FT: Exeter 57-22 Worcester

    That's your lot for our coverage from Sandy Park today, thank you for joining us.

    Don't forget we have another three games tomorrow with live text and radio commentary available on BBC Sport.

    • Saracens v Gloucester (13:00 GMT)
    • Wasps v Sale Sharks (14:30 GMT)
    • Harlequins v Bath (15:15 GMT)

    Join us then. Enjoy your Saturday night.

  2. Exeter march on

    FT: Exeter 57-22 Worcester

    Ian Whitten

    If you are just joining us, you've missed a match with 11 tries - but the majority of them where Exeter's.

    For a catch up on what happened today and all of the consequences, you can read Adam Williams' match report.

  3. Rugby tonight

    FT: Exeter 57-22 Worcester

    If you're a rugby nut, then your Saturday fill of egg chasing continues across the BBC.

    On BBC Two and online you can watch Wales leading South Africa 12-6 in Cardiff and also keep up-to-date with Ireland 17-15 ahead against Australia at the break.

    Follow it all here.

  4. Post update

    FT: Exeter 57-22 Worcester

    Quote Message: For me, there was absolutely no game plan today for the Warriors and it isn't going to get any easier for them from here on in. from Carson Wishart BBC Hereford & Worcester
    Carson WishartBBC Hereford & Worcester
  5. Full-time

    Exeter 57-22 Worcester

    Thomas Waldrom

    Eight tries. Five points. Two try bonus point wins in a row for Exeter.

    Credit to Worcester for their late rally but they were outclassed for the majority of this game.

    The Chiefs remain in fifth but are just a point behind fourth-placed Leicester.

  6. Post update

    Exeter 57-22 Worcester

    Events at Twickenham having no real effect on the Exeter crowd.

    Those at Sandy Park cannot complain about a lack of entertainment this afternoon.

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  7. Try (Potgieter)

    Exeter 57-22 Worcester

    As much as this maybe has not been a contest, there has been some great tries this evening at Sandy Park.

    This might be the best of the lot from Worcester, who get their third of the night, as Dewald Botgieter finishes off a length of the field effort.

    The conversion is missed but one more try for the most of unlikely bonus points for the Warriors.

  8. 74 mins

    Exeter 57-17 Worcester

    Players going through the motions now in the closing stages.

    A couple of scrums collapse and then Exeter are off on the attack again.

  9. Try (Whitten, con Simmonds)

    Exeter 57-17 Worcester

    Not to be outdone for try scoring, now eight for Exeter. 

    Ian Whitten powering through a number of tackles to nudge the hosts further ahead and Joe Simmons last his first conversion.

  10. Try (Olivier)

    Exeter 50-17 Worcester

    Well that yellow card seemed to bring out the best in Worcester who spent a good few minutes putting some pressure on the Exeter line. 

    Wynand Olivier is the man who crosses and Jamie Shillock adds two more.

    Another couple of tries and the Warriors have an unlikely bonus point.

  11. Sin-bin (Waldrom)

    Exeter 50-10 Worcester

    Thomas Waldrom is sent to cool off for 10 minutes as he is adjudged to have knocked the ball on deliberately.

    Worcester kick to within five metres of the Exeter line, can they get a second try?

  12. Autumn internationals

    Exeter 50-10 Worcester

    George North

    In actual competitive rugby games this evening, Wales are 9-6 ahead against South Africa in Cardiff while Ireland are edging Australia 3-0 at home.

  13. Try (Short)

    Exeter 50-10 Worcester

    This was just a matter of time - he went close not too long away but now winger James Short gets a seventh try of the game.

    He crossed out wide which means it is a difficult kick for replacement fly-half Joe Simmonds who misses.

  14. Stat

    Exeter 45-10 Worcester

    I know Exeter will win this game, but Worcester getting into double figures makes the scoreline look somewhat more respectable.

    Just for the record, the Warriors' record defeat is 57-3 at Sale Sharks in 2004.

  15. Try (Adams, con Shillcock)

    Exeter 45-10 Worcester

    Josh Adams

    Well, well, well - where has this come from?

    Clever kick from Jamie Shillcock and Josh Adams gathers to do down under the sticks.

    After all the one way traffic this half, that has come out of nowhere.

  16. Try (Waldrom, con Steenson)

    Exeter 45-3 Worcester

    Thomas Waldrom break

    The Thomas the tank them tune rings around Sandy Park and that will tell you Thomas Waldrom has scored Exeter's sixth try.

    The big number eight bundles his way through under the posts to make it a simple conversion for Gareth Steenson.

    Just off to check Worcester's record Premiership defeat.

  17. Post update

    Exeter 38-3 Worcester

    Remember when you are at school and you play against the bigger kids who are all faster and stronger? Exeter are the bigger kids.

    11th-placed Worcester survive another attack on their try line, just.

    This time the defence holds up and they clear to the 22. 

  18. Try (Rimmer, con Steenson)

    Exeter 38-3 Worcester

    Substitute prop CarlRimmer gets Exeter's fifth try after another barrage of attacks on the Worcester line.

    That signals a few more replacements for either side with this game only going one way.

    Gareth Steenson curls his conversion in to remain 100% for the day.

  19. Try review

    Exeter 31-3 Worcester

    We have a try review for Exeter. The Chiefs seem confident. 

    But the Exeter account tells us there is a lot to do for this to be awarded...  

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  20. Post update

    Exeter 31-3 Worcester

    Sandy Park

    James Short very nearly crosses out wide for Exeter as Worcester again struggle to deal with their speed of play.

    The referee is just having a check of the big screen for any foul play.