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Live Reporting

By Brendon Mitchell

All times stated are UK

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  1. Exeter team news

    Exeter v Newcastle (15:30 BST)

    Defending Premiership champions Exeter Chiefs make five changes for their semi-final against Newcastle.

    Don Armand, Sam Simmonds, Henry Slade, Lachie Turner and Ian Whitten return after missing the trip to Harlequins.

    Exeter team

    Replacements: Yeandle, Moon, Holmes, Skinner, Waldrom, Townsend, Steenson, Whitten.

  2. Post update

    Exeter v Newcastle (15:30 BST)

    Needless to say, if the match at Sandy Park is even half as good we'll have done alright.

    Shall we grab some team news from down in deepest, darkest Devon? Let's do that...

  3. Saracens reach the Premiership final

    FT: Saracens 57-33 Wasps

    If someone else in your house pulled rank and forced you to watch the royal wedding, then I'm sorry to report that you've had a bit of a stinker.

    In the first Premiership semi-final at Allianz Park, 11 tries and a whopping 90 points contributed to the highest-scoring play-off match in top-flight history.

    Want to find out what went on? Click below to read more...

    Saracens 57-33 Wasps

    Alex Lozowski celebrates with Owen Farrell

    Saracens reach their fourth Premiership final in five years as they beat Wasps 57-33 in a record-breaking semi-final.

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  4. 'Exeter are big favourites'

    Exeter v Newcastle (15:30 BST)

    Brent Pilnick

    BBC Sport at Sandy Park

    The atmosphere is building here at Sandy Park.

    Exeter are the big favourites in front of their home fans, but in Vereniki Goneva and Sinoti Sinoti Newcastle have two game-changers.

    That said, you'd be hard-pressed to bet against the reigning champions, who have a pretty-much full-strength side.

  5. One down, one to go

    Exeter v Newcastle (15:30 BST)

    Dean Richards and Rob Baxter

    After a belting first semi-final (more on that in a moment!), we now know that it'll be Saracens who'll be walking out at Twickenham for the Premiership final in a week's time.

    But who will join them? The reigning champions or the rank outsiders? The team who've seen it all before or the side competing in their first play-off campaign?

    Exeter Chiefs and Newcastle Falcons take centre stage next.