Watch Exeter Chiefs v Bath Rugby on PRTV Live31 March 2022 Bath Rugby's upcoming match against Exeter Chiefs in the Gallagher Premiership is available to watch on PRTV Live! If you don’t have a ticket for the match, you can watch the game via PRTV Live – Premiership Rugby’s new pilot service streaming directly to fans. PRTV Live will show the Bath Rugby games that are not broadcast by BT Sport or ITV and started with the win over Newcastle Falcons and then the home derby victory against Bristol Bears as well as the draw with Sale Sharks. This weekend’s match against Exeter will be available to purchase via the Premiership Rugby website NOW and is now available via desktop.
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The visitors needed a response, but although they showed plenty of endeavour with limited ball, Sale could not create any clear-cut opportunities. They also saw Wiese go off, while Quirke departed for a head injury assessment nine minutes before half-time and was replaced by South African World Cup winner Faf De Klerk. Sale then lost Oosthuizen, before full-back Sam James received a yellow card for a deliberate knock-on and Sharks immediately conceded a third try.
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Chiefs will be frustrated, though, at their failure to increase a 19-0 lead, missing out on a bonus point, with the only second-half scoring being Sale tries from Ewan Ashman and Curtis Langdon, plus one AJ MacGinty conversion. Vermeulen made his first appearance of the season for Exeter after twice undergoing surgery on an injured hamstring, while Scotland internationals Stuart Hogg and Sam Skinner returned from Guinness Six Nations duty. England prop Bevan Rodd returned to Sale’s starting line-up, but lock Lood De Jager was a late withdrawal, so Jean-Luc Du Preez moved into the second-row and Ben Curry started at openside flanker. Exeter made a flying start in blustery conditions, taking the lead after just five minutes following Hogg’s initial counter-attack from deep inside his own half.