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Summary

  1. Leicester Tigers 20-13 Exeter Chiefs
  2. Northampton Saints 30-22 Harlequins
  3. Jersey Reds 13-15 Bedford Blues
  4. Kick-offs: 15:00 BST

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Squads

    Northampton Saints v Harlequins (15:00 BST)

    Northampton: Tuala; North, Horne, Burrell, Collins; Mallinder, Groom; Waller, Haywood, Brookes, Paterson, Ribbans, Lawes (capt), Gibson, Harrison.

    Replacements: Marshall, Van Wyk, Ford-Robinson, Ratuniyarawa, Dickinson, Reinach, Myler, Foden.

    Harlequins: Morris; Yarde, Marchant, Roberts, Visser; Smith, Care; Lambert, Ward (capt), Sinckler, Merrick, Matthews, Glynn, Clifford, Luamanu.

    Replacements: Elia, Boyce, Collier, Lamb, White, Lewis, Swiel, Alofa.

  2. Team news

    Northampton Saints v Harlequins (15:00 BST)

    Teimana Harrison has recovered from a shoulder injury and returns at number eight as Northampton Saints look for a fourth successive Premiership win.

    The only other change to their starting XV sees Kieran Brookes replace Paul Hill in the front row.

    Harlequins make six changes with Mike Brown, Chris Robshaw and Charlie Walker among those ruled out by injury.

    Aaron Morris and Tim Visser make their first appearances of the season, while hooker Dave Ward is named as captain.

    Dino Lamb and Dave Lewis are hoping to make their Quins debuts from the bench, while props Francois van Wyk and Jamal Ford-Robinson are in the same situation for Northampton.

    Saints, who beat London Irish 45-20 last weekend, also have fly-half Stephen Myler among their replacements after proving his fitness for the A team against Worcester.

  3. Match facts

    Northampton Saints v Harlequins (15:00 BST)

    • Northampton's only defeat in their last five Premiership matches was 55-24 to Saracens at Twickenham in the London double-header.
    • Saints' only home defeat in any competition since early December was 36-31 to Leicester in the Premiership on 25 March.
    • Harlequins have won two and lost two so far this season in the Premiership. Their away win at Wasps two weeks ago ended a run of four successive away defeats.
    • Saints have lost just one their last nine encounters with Harlequins in all competitions, 20-9 at The Stoop in October 2016.
  4. Squads

    Leicester Tigers v Exeter Chiefs (15:00 BST)

    Leicester: Veainu; Malouf, Smith, Toomua May; G Ford, B Youngs; Genge, T Youngs (capt), Cole; Wells, Barrow; M Williams, Hamilton, Kalamafoni.

    Replacements: McGuigan, Bateman, Mulipola, Mapapalangi, O'Connor, Harrison, J Ford, Tait.

    Exeter: Turner; Nowell, Slade, Whitten, Woodburn; Steenson, Townsend; Moon, Yeandle (capt), Francis, Lees, Hill, Dennis, Salvi, Armand.

    Replacements: Taione, Hepburn, H Williams, Skinner, Kvesic, Chudley, Bodilly, Dollman.

  5. Team news

    Leicester Tigers v Exeter Chiefs (15:00 BST)

    Luke Hamilton returns to the Leicester Tigers back row in place of the injured Dominic Ryan.

    Fellow forwards George McGuigan (hand) and Brendon O'Connor (hamstring) are named among the replacements after recovering from injury.

    Stuart Townsend returns at scrum-half for Exeter as Nic White is rested in the only change among their backs.

    Flanker Julian Salvi starts against his former club and Ben Moon, Jack Yeandle and Tomas Francis form the front row.

    Prop Alex Hepburn is in their matchday squad for the first time in almost nine months, taking his place a

  6. Match facts

    Leicester Tigers v Exeter Chiefs (15:00 BST)

    • Leicester have won their last two Premiership games, at home to Gloucester and away at Harlequins.
    • The Tigers have won three of their last four home games since champions Exeter won at Welford Road in early March.
    • After losing 28-21 at Gloucester on the opening night of the new Premiership season, Exeter now top the table after three successive wins over London Irish, Worcester and Wasps.
    • Leicester have won just one of their last four Premiership meetings with the Chiefs, 31-27 at Welford Road in March 2016.