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Exeter to win by 1-12 points –

Only one of last 10 Premiership finals has been decided by more than 12 points, when Dylan Hartley was sent off for Northampton before half-time in 2013.

Exeter beat Saracens in the semis last year to win their first title, and have followed that up by doing the double over them this season – so the underdogs are well worth backing to defend their title on Saturday.

Sam Simmonds to score a try –

Twenty of the last 24 tries in Premiership finals have been scored by backs, but then not many forwards break the mould quite like the Chiefs’ No.8.

Simmonds is Exeter’s top scorer by some distance this season with 12, and only needs one more to go level with Josh Adams and Niki Goneva at the top of the overall charts.

Chris Wyles to score a try –

Wyles has scored two tries in his last two appearances, against Gloucester on the last day of the regular season and then again in last weekend’s play-off against Wasps.

Having also touched down in each of Saracens’ last two Premiership finals at Twickenham, the USA international is a great bet to sign off in style in his last game before retirement.

No card in game –

Unsurprisingly, these are two of the most disciplined sides in the division, having received 11 yellow cards between them in 46 domestic matches this season.

Nobody was sent from their field in either of their meetings during the regular campaign, and that pattern is unlikely to change on an occasion where cool heads will be key.

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