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Tonight's other result...
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Former Scotland international on Rugby SportsoundQuote Message: Edinburgh's squad almost needs two competitions to keep that fire burning, to send that message that every time you play you have to deliver.
It was a fairly comfortable night in the end for Edinburgh. Duhan van der Merwe scored a try in each half with Blair Kinghorn and George Taylor adding scores to keep them well in the hunt for a quarter-final place.
Wasps never really got going tonight, and, in the second-half at least, were never really within touching distance on the scoreboard despite tries from Jack Willis and Nizaam Carr.
It's a bonus-point win for Edinburgh as they remain on course for the quarter-finals.
Carr spots a gap and gets over the line for a consolation try for Wasps. Jimmy Gopperth drops over the conversion and that, is that.
Penalty to Wasps for offside. They'll go for the corner once more as they try to salvage a bit of pride.
Wasps come close to a consolation after Josh Bassett's kick through, but George Taylor flings himself to deck to smother the ball.
Former Scotland prop on BBC Radio ScotlandQuote Message: If anyone deserved a try it was George Taylor. He's done the hard yards, he's stayed on his feet, always put himself up for taking contact, he's had bumps and bruises, defended really well. Fantastic. A good player who is really coming of age.
Taylor is the one to bring up the bonus point as he dives over in the right-hand corner after the Edinburgh forwards battered it up.
He's been brilliant tonight Taylor, and Edinburgh are heading for a very nice victory. Simon Hickey maintains his perfect record with the boot!
Ooft, Ashley Johnson cleans out Henry Pyrgos right in front of his own posts and Edinburgh get an easy penalty.
That might have been a yellow for the Wasps replacement, it looked high! Meanwhile, Edinburgh kick to the corner...
BBC Scotland rugby reporter at Murrayfield
Whatever was said in the Edinburgh dressing room at half-time clearly had the desired effect.
Two tries of the highest order in quick succession. There is something deeply satisfying in seeing a player pin the ears back and just back his pace. When you’re as quick as Blair Kinghorn then why not?
If anything Duhan van der Merwe’s try was even better. A stunning finish.
Edinburgh's dominance at the scrum continues as they extract another two penalties and get themselves up to within 20m of Wasps' line.
Wasps get a penalty after some fisticuffs and they're now in Edinburgh's 22. It's a great chance to get themselves a score, and after a dropped ball they come again, only for Rob Miller to drop the ball as he's charging down the right wing...
Brookes gets a yellow card after repeated infringements at the scrum. The task just got much harder for Wasps.
Former Scotland international on Rugby SportsoundQuote Message: It's more like it from Wasps. A bit of zip. The game has got a bit scrappy and frantic but that actually suits Wasps.
Suddenly it's Edinburgh who are on the back foot! Malakai Fekitoa, Rob Miller and the rest combine to surge forward. A kick goes in behind and Henry Pyrgos sweeps up, before being hauled into touch. Wasps launch a maul but Edinburgh halt it and will have the put-in at the scrum.
It's back on! Jack Willis makes the initial break before being brought down by Nick Haining. But Wasps recycle and Willis bashes his way over.
Lima Sopoaga converts from in front of the sticks and Wasps are back in the game.
Ooft, George Clancy pings Edinburgh at the kick-off and Wasps now have an attacking lineout inside their hosts' 22. They're going through the phases but an Edinburgh hand wins the turnover and they clear down the park.
Wasps will have to come again...
Former Scotland prop on BBC Radio ScotlandQuote Message: Good quick ball, great hands by Blair Kinghorn. Van Der Merwe still had a lot to do but it's a brilliant finish.