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Aviva Premiership Round 7 review: London Irish off the bottom while Saracens stay top

Saturday 26th December
Exeter Chiefs 33-17 Sale Sharks
Leicester Tigers 22-10 Newcastle Falcons
London Irish 25-23 Northampton Saints
Sunday 27th December
Bath Rugby 21-17 Worcester Warriors
Harlequins 39-39 Gloucester
Wasps 16-26 Saracens

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Exeter Chiefs climbed above Saracens to move to the top of the AvivaPremiership table with a 33-17 bonus-point win over Sale at Sandy Park on Saturday.
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Leicester Tigers recovered from a 10-point deficit at Welford Road to beat Newcastle Falcons, who dropped to the bottom of the Premiership table following London Irish’s unexpected win against Saints.
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London Irish recorded their first Premiership win of the season through a late penalty try against Northampton.
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Bath posted only a third Aviva Premiership win of the season – putting their home struggles behind them to edge to a 21-14 win against Worcester Warriors at the Rec on Sunday.
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From minute number one fans were treated to constant excitement as Harlequins and Gloucester shared the spoils 39-39 in an incredible eighth “Big Game” in front of over 70,000 at Twickenham Stadium on Sunday.
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Saracens regained top spot in the Aviva Premiership as they maintained their unbeaten start to the season with an impressive 26-16 victory against Wasps in front of a bumper crowd at the Ricoh Arena on Sunday.
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