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1st. Leicester Tigers – Played 19, 76 points2nd. Saracens – Played 18, 64 points3rd. Harlequins – Played 19, 63 pointsEngland’s fringe playersSpeaking of England, the rest of the domestic season offers an opportunity for those on the fringes of Eddie Jones’s Six Nations squad to prove themselves. It may seem odd to refer to Max Malins – who played every minute of England’s first four matches – as a fringe player, but his dropping from the 23 for the France game after his failure to score any tries shows his place in Jones’ “New England” is far from assured, and frankly he would not have started were Jonny May or Anthony Watson fit. Another like Malins is Sam Simmonds, who had plenty of gametime at the Six Nations but will have been disappointed by his less-than-maximal impact. Both players would do their reputations a world of good by playing big roles for Saracens and Chiefs respectively in the run-in. More from Rugby UnionBut while Chiefs have Sam Simmonds to return from England duty, the form of dark horses Irish make them the ones to watch out for as the run-in goes on. Declan Kidney’s side appear to be building an ethos that could bear fruit over the long-term, not least because of the high number of academy graduates – Tom Parton, Ollie Hassell-Collins and Phil Cokanasiga are but three of them – in the squad. 4th. Exeter Chiefs – Played 19, 56 points5th. Gloucester Rugby – Played 18, 54 points6th. London Irish – Played 19, 53 points7th. Sale Sharks – Played 19, 52 points Round 21 Friday 25 March Gloucester vs Worcester Warriors (7. 45pm, BT Sport 2) – cancelled due to Covid-19 cases in the Worcester squad Saturday 26 March Bath vs Sale Sharks (3pm, PRTV)London Irish vs Northampton Saints (3pm, PRTV)Wasps vs Newcastle Falcons (3pm, PRTV)Saracens vs Bristol Bears (3pm, BT Sport 2) Sunday 27 March Exeter Chiefs vs Leicester Tigers (3pm, BT Sport 2) Live stream: BT games can be stream on the BT Sport app or website for existing TV subscribers, or pay £25 for a monthly pass; for PRTV games, you can watch all three games for £6. All Fixtures | Leicester TigersBy submitting your details, you agree to the use of your data by Leicester Tigers in accordance with our Privacy Policy. We use your data to personalise and improve your experience on our platforms and provide information, products and services that are relevant to you from Leicester Tigers and our partners. Yes, I’d like to receive emails from Leicester Tigers including news, promotional information and messages from our partners. Five key battles that will define the Premiership run-in as Six Nations stars return to actionWith the Six Nations over for another year, attention now turns to the remaining six rounds of the Gallagher Premiership season. The run-in is well and truly underway, with plenty of loose ends remaining and twists and turns still to come. Here’s what you should watch out for. The play-off raceJust four points separate Exeter Chiefs in 4th and Sale Sharks in 7th, with Gloucester and London Irish sandwiched in between. All four sides are effectively guaranteed a place in Europe (the top eight all qualify for the Champions Cup, the next four go into the Challenge Cup), but it is Exeter and Irish who are the form sides of the four, having won five and four of their last six respectively. Nevertheless, back-to-back wins in their last two games – one over Wasps and one over Saracens – have put a stop to a rotten win of four defeats. And with messrs Lawes, Ludlam and Furbank back in the fray after the Six Nations, Chris Boyd will be confident going into a final set of fixtures that features clashes with three of the bottom four. 8th. Northampton Saints – Played 18, 48 points9th. Wasps – Played 18, 44 points10th. Bristol Bears – Played 18, 35 pointsFog on the TyneThe last few months have not been fun for Falcons supporters. Although they did beat Tigers in the cup on 18 March, Newcastle have sunk to second-bottom after a dismal series of nine straight league defeats. 99 or by individual matches for £4. 99 Highlights: Sunday 27 March, 11. 15pm, ITV Tigers march onIt will take some collapse for a Leicester Tigers side who have lost just three times in the league this season to throw away an expected 11th Premiership title, although who knows what may happen come the brutality of the play-offs. Steve Borthwick’s men came out flying out of the traps and won 15 straight matches in all competitions until an unlikely defeat to Wasps in early January. They have not recaptured that mesmeric early season form but nevertheless remain the Premiership’s best side. With a run in the Champions Cup also on the cards, not to mention the coming return of Nic Dolly, Ellis Genge, Freddie Steward and Ben Youngs from England duty, Tigers will be writing plenty more headlines before this season is through. 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WE ARE MONITORING THIS AND WILL DISABLE ANY ACCOUNTS DURING THE LIVE SHOWS IF WE SEE MULTIPLE LOGINS OR ANY CLUBS USING THE STREAM FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES WHO HAVE NOT ARRANGED THIS WITH 247. Watch Ealing Trailfinders v Ampthill on Saturday! The Greene King IPA Championship Round Two clash will be streamed live online this Saturday afternoon. The match kicks off at 15:00, with coverage starting ... This year’s championship proved to come too early for youngsters like Hassell-Collins, Raffi Quirke and Alfie Barbeary – each a form player for Irish, Sale and Wasps this season – but their time will surely come should they continue to impress for their club sides. Ones to watch, without doubt. Related StoriesThe battle for EuropeAfter an initially sputtering start to the campaign, Wasps have pulled away from the bottom four and are now rivalling Northampton Saints for 8th place and the final European Champions Cup spot. Saints’ season has been much the opposite, with a scintillating beginning having since given way to inconsistency. All Fixtures Watch on PRTV LIVE ↗. Tickets & Hospitality. Match Tickets · Buy Match Tickets AmpthillAmpthill. Sunday 24 September - 3:00pm. Premiership Rugby Cup. Senior ...


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