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We’re back home next weekend, in our last match of the European group stages. Where it’s a re-match of last year’s Challenge Cup final, against Toulon.

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Exeter Chiefs 19-17 Glasgow Warriors


Exeter penalty

They kick straight out and the match is over. Glasgow denied a win at the death.


No try

The referee reviews and Glasgow are caught offside for detaching at the scrum. No try!


The ball comes out the back of the scrum for Exeter, but pressure from George Horne forces a knock on, gathered then immediately by Euan Ferrie who scoops it up and dives over the line.

EUAN FERRIE scores his first try for Glasgow Warriors!




Josh Mckay scores

Devastating. Glasgow cross the whitewash with an excellent conterattack, starting with Tom Jordan, and finishing with Josh Mckay touching down. But, just like Exeter earlier, a forward pass undoes the work. Scrum on five metres.


Exeter lead

Henry Slade adds the extras from the touchline. Exeter take the lead for the first time.


Exeter try

Zac Wimbush is successful this time out on the wing. The score goes level with two minutes to play.


Exeter scrum

The pressure is well and truly on here. Another knock on sees the hosts win the set piece, ten metres from Glasgow’s try line.


Exeter threaten

Exeter looking to capitalise on every move they make. Another break from their backs making 30 metres back onto Glasgow’s 22.


Glasgow penalty

Just seven minutes to go, and five points in the game. Glasgow ease the Exeter pressure that has characterised this last quarter.

George Horne, shows how important a win of the ball that was, with the scream as he rises from the ruck. A big kick down field from Tom Jordan.


No try

A massive jeer goes round the stadium as the try is pulled back. The referee notices a knock on in the close exchanges just before the chip, and after much deliberation he deems the ball forward.

Glasgow stay five points clear!


Exeter try

Second row Lewis Pearson chips the ball over for the on coming Zach Wimbush on the wing. The bounce is perfect and he’s clear to dive in on the corner.

We’re level, 17-17!


Exeter try

A sustained period of attack pays off with a short range snipe from Dan Frost. With just over 15 minutes to play there’s just five points in it.

Glasgow Warriors 17-12 Exeter Chiefs


Exeter penalty

A sustained period of attack from Exeter since Glasgow’s try. The ball is loose though, with Glasgow defending well and shutting down the potential breaks.

However, George Horne is penalised. Exeter approach again.


Glasgow try

It’s been coming. A break from Scott Cummings, cutting right through the Exeter defence in the mid-field. We then offloads, one handedly, to George Horne, who slings a wide pass over three defenders where he find Josh McKay.

McKay then quickly offloads to Sione Tuipulotu who’s in support. Tuipulotu then has another three defenders to beat, but he’s running full tilt and slides through easily to score.

Try two! Glasgow Warriors 17-7 Exeter Chiefs.



George Turner, Jamie Bhatti, Richie Gray come on for Gregor Hiddleston, Oli Kebble, and Alex Samuel.


Ball lost

Huw Jones and Josh McKay don’t connect well as they work a move off of the penalty line out. Scrum Exeter, on their own 22.


Glasgow penalty

Glasgow go wide again, Kyle Rowe running some long lines, but finally he is shut down by a tight Exeter defence in the middle. Glasgow shift it again, but knock on.

However, an earlier off side call in the move allows Weir to kick for the corner.


Glasgow penalty

Glasgow head back into Exeter’s half winning a scrum penalty.


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Currently the match is 10-7 to Glasgow Warriors


Exeter scrum

Glasgow try to run the ball, moving quickly through the phases. However, a floating pass from Weir to the supporting Huw Jones on the wing, doesn’t connect and it’s lost forward.


Glasgow penalty

Exeter moving the ball around in the opening exchanges, but a comfortable Glasgow defence hold up their opponents through Alex Samuel and Gregor Hiddleston.

Weir kicks back into Exeter territory.


Second half

We’re back underway at Sandy Park, just three points in it.


Half Time

That’ll do it for the first-half, as the two teams jog off into the dressing rooms.

More to come from Sandy Park!


Try Exeter

This time the hosts do get there, after five phases of pick and go on the Glasgow line.

Jacques Vermuelen is the man to eventually get the ball down, despite the best efforts of Stafford McDowall.

Slade adds the extras, making it a 10-7 Glasgow lead at the break.


Penalty Exeter

Massive, massive set for the Warriors.

Time and time again the hosts batter away, and the men in black do not yield.

They do give away a penalty for offside, however.


Penalty Exeter

Exeter are awarded the penalty, and the home side will scrum again.


Scrum Exeter

The hosts put the pressure on and force the knock-on, giving Exeter a five-metre scrum of their own.


Scrum Glasgow

Great speed from Weir!

The fly-half gets in Slade’s eyeline from the quick tap penalty, the ball goes forward, and Glasgow have a five-metre scrum.


Exeter ball

Venter and Tuipulotu stand firm to deny Tuima, but Exeter with advantage as Glasgow go offside.

Weir hits Yeandle, and no advantage is coming so the penalty is awarded.


Penalty Exeter

Matt Fagerson doesn’t roll away quickly enough for the ref’s liking, and Slade finds touch on the Glasgow 22.


Glasgow ball

Slade goes for the 50-22 off the set-piece, but McKay does superbly to cover.

Horne then finds touch on halfway.


Scrum Exeter

Just knocked on at the breakdown, says referee Brousset, and Exeter have the feed just on their own 22.


Glasgow ball

Hiddleston finds Samuel and the maul is formed, before Rowe takes it forward again.


Penalty Glasgow

Rowe is then taken out in the kick-chase from the restart, and Weir bangs the penalty into touch 25m out from the Exeter line.




This time the bounce goes Glasgow’s way – Horne’s chip over the top sits up kindly for Rowe, who gathers and races over from 30m under the posts!

Weir converts for a 10-0 lead.


Glasgow ball

Brilliant from Jones in the air and Glasgow are on here!


Exeter ball

Exeter look to spin it wide, but Jones tackles Feyi-Waboso.



Penalty Exeter

The hosts are awarded the penalty as Glasgow are penalised for hands in the ruck.

Slade finds touch on the Glasgow 22.



The Fagerson brothers combine to steal the lineout and away goes McKay and Rowe – the latter chips into space.


Free-kick Glasgow

Early shove from the hosts, and Weir – restored after passing his HIA – finds touch just inside his own half.


Scrum Glasgow

Brilliant work from Jordan and Scott Cummings, who read the play and fire through on Exeter at the ruck. The ball is unplayable and Glasgow win the turnover.


Exeter ball

Jordan misses touch, and Exeter come back on the attack.

Jordan does well to chop down Wyatt however, and Glasgow in defence in midfield.


Glasgow ball

Good work from Henco Venter at the base of the scrum, allowing Horne to kick clear.

The ball almost bounces up for Jones, but Glasgow win the penalty at the breakdown!


Scrum Glasgow

Good maul defence from the Warriors, as Exeter make no ground.

Wyatt looks to find Slade, but the ball goes forward and Glasgow have the scrum on their own 22.


Penalty Exeter

Almost again!

Jones does brilliantly to send Miller clear up the touchline, but the pass inside is just unable to be gathered by Horne.

Exeter win the penalty and Slade finds touch on the Glasgow 10m line.


Glasgow ball

Great work from Rowe to break two tackles, before Miller takes a more direct route.

However, Exeter turn over and kick long, finding touch just outside the Glasgow 22.


Penalty Glasgow

Hiddleston wins the turnover penalty superbly, and Jordan finds touch 35m from the Exeter line.


Exeter ball

Ally Miller steals the lineout, but the bounce favours the hosts who regain possession.

Good hit from Hiddleston and Alex Samuel in midfield, before Oli Kebble chops Feyi-Waboso.


Exeter ball

Huw Jones collects a cross-kick and calls mark, before booting to touch on halfway.


Goal line drop out

McKay watches Slade’s kick through bounce into in-goal, and it’s a goal-line drop out for the Warriors.


Exeter lineout

Jordan’s first action is to clear long from the restart, giving Exeter a lineout on the Glasgow 10m line.


Penalty Glasgow

First blood to Glasgow, as Horne slots the three points.

Tom Jordan is on for Weir, who has gone for a head injury assessment.


Yellow card

A long deliberation sees Greg Fisilau sent to the sin bin, and George Horne will go for goal.


TMO Check

Glasgow awarded the penalty as Exeter stray offside, and the officials pause to check a high tackle by Rus Tuima.


Glasgow ball

counter attack ball from Weir, and Glasgow on the front foot through Matt Fagerson!

McKay and Rowe interact and Glasgow into the 22.


Scrum Exeter

The throw is deemed squint by the referee, and Exeter opt for the scrum.


Penalty Glasgow

Even better, as Glasgow are awarded the penalty for Exeter going off feet.

Weir finds touch seven metres out.


Exeter ball

Weir almost wins the turnover, before Tuipulotu clatters Tom Wyatt.

Turnover this time?


Scrum Exeter

Exeter take it into contact and the ball is deemed unplayable – scrum to the hosts.


Penalty Exeter

Glasgow inches away again!

Hiddleston is almost smuggled over, but referee Pierre Brousset deems the maul to have been formed illegally and Exeter clear.


Glasgow lineout


Great work from Glasgow to free the blindside, and McKay’s kick ahead is there for Kyle Rowe – the ball just doesn’t sit up for the winger though, and Immanuel Feyi-Waboso covers into touch.


Glasgow ball

Gregor Hiddleston finds Matt Fagerson with his first lineout, before Sione Tuipulotu thunders into space.

Weir’s chip is half charged into touch, giving Glasgow a lineout 35m out.


Glasgow ball

Josh McKay fields the return kick and Glasgow in possession on halfway.

Exeter kick back once more and this time find touch, Glasgow lineout on the halfway line.



Duncan Weir gets us underway at Sandy Park!


Nearly time!

Just under 10 minutes to go before we kick-off in Round 3 of the Investec Champions Cup

Kick-off 1:00 pm