What time is Wasps v Exeter kick-off? Wasps v Exeter Chiefs kicks off at 3pm on Sunday, October 4. Is Wasps v Exeter on TV? Yes. Wasps v Exeter is being shown on BT Sport 3. Coverage begins at 2. 30pm. What about live streaming? BT Sport customers can live stream the match via the BT Sport app or online. What results are needed? Table-topping Exeter Chiefs already have a home semi-final secured after notching up 74 points, while Wasps (66 points) head into the clash second in the table. Bath (65 points), Sale (64 points) and Bristol (64 points) are all hot on the heels and it's possible for any four of these sides to make it into the final three remaining play-off spots. Wasps need a win to guarantee their Premiership season isn't over.
Wasps v Exeter Chiefs TV channel, kick-off time and results neededExeter Chiefs v Wasps sees the top two sides in the table face off as the visitors look to secure a top-four play-off spot. The Chiefs have already secured the top spot in the Gallagher Premiership, home advantage in next week’s play-offs, plus a first-ever Heineken Champions Cup final date with Racing 92.
Dave Dennis, 6. Richard Capstick, 7. Don Armand (capt), 8. Charlie Wright. Replacements: 16. Elvis Taione, 17. Danny Southworth, 18. Alfie Petch, 19. Tom Price, 20. Lewis Pearson, 21. Stu Townsend, 22. Jack Walsh, 23. James Short. Wasps: 15. Matteo Minozzi, 14. Zach Kibirige, 13. Malakai Fekitoa, 12.
What's the team news? Welsh veteran Phil Dollman features at full-back for Exeter while Wales wing Alex Cuthbert also starts, while Wales' Will Rowlands and Thomas Young start for Wasps. Exeter: 15. Phil Dollman, 14. Tom Wyatt, 13. Corey Baldwin, 12. Tom Hendrickson, 11. Alex Cuthbert, 10. Harvey Skinner, 9. Sam Maunder, 1. James Kenny, 2. Jack Innard, 3. Marcus Street, 4. Will Witty, 5.
Jimmy Gopperth, 11. Josh Bassett, 10. Jacob Umaga, 9. Dan Robson (capt), 1. Simon McIntyre, 2. Tommy Taylor, 3. Kieran Brookes, 4. Will Rowlands, 5. James Gaskell, 6. Brad Shields, 7. Thomas Young, 8. Tom Willis. Gabriel Oghre, 17. Tom West, 18. Jeff Toomaga-Allen, 19. Tim Cardall, 20. Alfie Barbeary, 21. Ben Vellacott, 22.
Anything else would see them sweating out over results elsewhere. If Bristol and Sale were both to win they would go up to at least 68 points. If teams are level on points, then it comes down to has the most wins. If wins are equal then the last top-four spot will be calculated on points difference, and if that's equal, then it's on points scored. So if Wasps lose, it's entirely possible they could jump from being second into the table heading into the final round of the regular season, to missing out on the play-offs altogether.