Exeter Chiefs’ Andrew Dudley is expecting a close encounter with Saracens in the Aviva Premiership semi-finals.
The Community Delivery Manager, who is representing his club at this year’s Devon County Show, believes it’ll be a tight game but that Exeter will progress to the final.
Exeter Chiefs have a merchandise shop and bouncy castle at the 2017 show, and Andrew is pleased with how things have gone so far:
“I’ve been here all three days, and we’ve been selling a lot of car stickers and hats so far, they seem to be the most popular merchandise.”
“This is our third year at the Devon County Show. We’re pretty good at marketing ourselves across the year in general, and it’s always great to have a presence here.”
The Chiefs are facing London based Saracens at Sandy Park this afternoon, having finished runners-up behind Wasps in the regular season.
Saracens finished third, and are battling Exeter for a place in the final at Twickenham.
Dudley added: “I think it’ll be a Chiefs win, but it will be close.”
“It’ll be a game of inches. If I was a betting man, I’d go for a 17-12 scoreline in Exeter’s favour.”