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London Irish have won only one of their last five league matches: 47-38 at home to Bath Rugby on 24 September. The Exiles have not won away from home in the Premiership since they visited Newcastle on 22 April but are less hit by injuries and international call-ups than their hosts. London Irish achieved a season’s double over Exeter last campaign, winning home and away, something they had only managed once before in 2010/11. Here are all the ways you can follow the action.... READ MORE: Exeter Chiefs v London Irish LIVE: Team news announcements ahead of Gallagher Premiership clash When is the game? Exeter Chiefs v London Irish is being played on Saturday, November 12 at Sandy Park. What time is kick-off? The kick-off time is at 5pm.
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London Irish vs Newcastle Predictions & Tips - Hosts set for victory in Rugby PremiershipLondon Irish vs Newcastle TipsLondon Irish have just one win in their eight matches this season. Their defeats recently have however been very close so they should be close to a win against the Falcons. I feel it will be a very tight game with less than six points in it. London Irish vs Newcastle TipsHead to HeadLondon Irish FormLondon Irish Team NewsNewcastle FormNewcastle Team News London Irish vs Newcastle Live Stream FAQLondon Irish have lost their last 4 Premiership matches. London Irish are bottom of the table. Newcastle have won 2 of their last 3 Premiership matches.
Exeter Chiefs v London Irish TV guide, kick-off time and team newsExeter Chiefs return to Sandy Park on Saturday to take on London Irish in Round 10 of the 2022/23 Gallagher Premiership. Exeter have slipped to three successive defeats in the league and have not lost four in succession in the tournament since 2015. Chiefs' 20-22 loss to Saracens in Round Seven was their first reversal at Sandy Park in Premiership Rugby since March and Rob Baxter will be keen to rebuild the walls of their fortress immediately.
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After successive wins over Exeter Chiefs, Gloucester and Saracens, Tigers were looking to make it four in a row from the start of the season for the first time since 2000/01 against an Irish side without a win despite being the top tryscorers in the league so far. Club captain Ellis Genge led out the Tigers with Matt Scott, Harry Potter and Nemani Nadolo also recalled to the starting line-up and boosted by the presence of Argentina captain Julián Montoya in the squad for the first time this season.
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Going into the weekend top of the table, Tigers were then 9-5 down early in the second half after a third penalty from Paddy Jackson but went in front again when Hanro Liebenberg finished some strong work from the forwards with the second try. Irish, though, replied soon afterwards when hooker Agustin Creevy powered over from a lineout and it remained tight, even more so when Ford’s penalty made it 16-15 approaching the last quarter of an hour. Ford, though, was back on the mark on 72 minutes as Tigers built on some possession in the Exiles 22 and then the visitors coolly ticked down time at that end of the field, with the fly-half adding his third kick in the final minutes to ensure a successful trip south.
Marco van Staden, a new arrival from international duty with the Springboks, was given his debut as a second-half replacement. Former Tigers duo Steve Mafi and Terrence Hepetema started for Irish on a sunny afternoon in the capital. Tigers started with aggressive defence which kept Irish inside their own half for decent spells before making a breakthrough following a scrum penalty which allowed Dolly to steer a lineout drive over the line in the right-hand corner. Ben Youngs needed to be alert at the other end moments later when Irish wing Ben Loader kicked in behind the defence. But, after resisting two attacking lineouts in the corner, Tigers were penalised and Paddy Jackson kicked his team’s opening points of the afternoon on 26 minutes. Tigers were guilty of missing a couple of opportunities after phases of possession in Irish territory, knocking-on in front of the posts, being tackled into touch on the left and then when Ford pushed a penalty wide just after the half-hour mark.
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Replacements: 16 Isaac Miller, 17 Facundo Gigena, 18 Oliver Hoskins, 19 Josh Caulfield, 20 Tom Pearson, 21 Caolan Englefield, 22 Rory Jennings, 23 Will Joseph. Who are the officials? Referee: Hamish Smales (10th Premiership game). Assistant Referees: Mike Hudson and Jack Makepeace. TMO: Stuart Terheege. Citing Officer: Andy Blyth. What are the odds? Exeter Chiefs 1/3 Draw 20/1 London Irish 9/4 Odds taken from SkyBet and correct at the time of publication, please game responsibly. Are you mad about Exeter Chiefs? If so, you could receive the latest club news straight to your phone by signing up to our FREE WhatsApp service.
Newcastle have covered the +6 handicap 5 of their last 6 matches. Head to HeadLondon Irish hold a 28-20 lead in their 49 matches against Newcastle Falcons. There has been one draw. London Irish FormLondon Irish have had a shocking opening 11 rounds with just one win and seven defeats. Currently they are propping up the table on 12 points thanks to the eight bonus points picked up along the way. The London-based outfit will however feel that they have been very unfortunate, and rightly so.
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London Irish v Leicester Tigers (Gallagher Premiership) - Saturday, October 9, 3. 00pmLeicester Tigers came from behind in the final quarter to beat London Irish 21-16 at the Brentford Community Stadium on Saturday and extend their unbeaten start to the season. Irish, noted as a second-half team in the opening matches of the season, actually led 6-5 at half-time despite falling behind to Nic Dolly’s fourth try of the season on the 20-minute mark.
Despite being bottom, they have lost a few very tight encounters. Over their last four Premiership matches, London Irish have lost by a combined 10 points. A five-point loss at Exeter Chiefs was their biggest loss. Last wish the Irish went down 33-31 to Leicester Tigers, last season’s champions. London Irish Team NewsPaddy Jackson struggled off the tee last weekend, converting just two of the four tries.
Is the game on TV? Yes. This season every Gallagher Premiership match will be televised on either BT Sport on PRTV. Premiership Rugby have confirmed this weekend's match will be shown live on PRTV with coverage starting at around 4. 50pm. You can sign up here for £4. 99 right here. Highlights will be available online shortly after the match on the Premiership Rugby website along with a full match replay the following day. How else can I follow the game? If you are not going to watch the game on TV or be inside the stadium, Devon Live will be live blogging the match bringing you all the build-up, team news, live play-by-play match updates, reaction, stats, analysis, interviews and highlights from inside the ground. BBC Radio Devon will also be providing live commentary of the game. What's the team news? Exeter Chiefs: 15 Josh Hodge, 14 Dan John, 13 Rory O’Loughlin, 12 Sean O’Brien, 11 Olly Woodburn, 10 Joe Simmonds, 9 Jack Maunder; 1 Alec Hepburn, 2 Jack Innard, 3 Harry Williams, 4 Dafydd Jenkins (capt), 5 Ruben Van Heerden, 6 Dave Ewers, 7 Lewis Pearson, 8 Jacques Vermeulen, Replacements: 16 Dan Frost, 17 Scott Sio, 18 Patrick Schickerling, 19 Jack Dunne, 20 Rus Tuima, 21 Sam Maunder, 22 Will Becconsall, 23 Immanuel Feyi-Waboso London Irish: 15 Tom Parton, 14 Ben Loader, 13 James Stokes, 12 Benhard van Rensburg, 11 Ollie Hassell-Collins, 10 Paddy Jackson, 9 Joe Powell, 1 Will Goodrick-Clarke, 2 Mike Willemse, 3 Lovejoy Chawatama, 4 Chunya Munga, 5 Rob Simmons (c), 6 Jack Cooke, 7 Josh Basham, 8 So’otala Fa’aso’o.
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