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London Irish vs Exeter Chiefs live streaming: Match information & start time Match: London Irish vs Exeter Chiefs London Irish vs Exeter Chiefs live streaming: Match preview Gameweek 8 of the Rugby Premiership continues on Sunday with two more matches. London Irish take on Exeter Chiefs in the first match, with Wasps vs Northampton Saints starting 30 minutes later. London Irish are fourth bottom coming into this match and need a win in front of their home support. Meanwhile, Exeter Chiefs lead the Rugby Premiership table and will be keen to kick on. How to watch a London Irish vs Exeter Chiefs live stream on Bet365 In order to watch a London Irish vs Exeter Chiefs live stream you must have a funded Bet365 account or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours.
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London Irish v Bath HIGHLIGHTS | First Half Blitz Secures Points | Gallagher Premiership – Official video London Irish vs Exeter Chiefs live Streaming: What are the betting odds? Gallagher Premiership leaders Exeter posted a sixth league win of the season by beating London Irish 45-28 at the Madejski Stadium. The Chiefs delivered a strong bonus-point display, decisively scoring three converted tries in seven minutes before half-time. Irish battled away to claim four tries of their own and collect a losing bonus point, with Exeter briefly being reduced to 13 men in the second half when wing Olly Woodburn and centre Ollie Devoto were sin-binned for deliberate knock-ons. Lock Davie Dennis, hooker Luke Cowan-Dickie and Devoto all followed Sam Hill over the Irish line before the break, and there was no way for an Exlies side condemned to a third successive league defeat. Hill added his second try just after the break, before substitute scrum-half Stu Townsend crossed. And although Irish responded with touchdowns by wing Belgium Tuatagaloa, number eight Albert Tuisue, wing Ollie Hassell-Collins and flanker Steve Mafi – all converted by Stephen Myler – Exeter were good value. Gareth Steenson finished with 15 points from six conversions and a penalty for Exeter, and they remain top of the Premiership pile heading into a fortnight of Heineken Champions Cup rugby. England head coach Eddie Jones was among the crowd, and Exeter should have taken a fifth-minute lead when they worked blindside space well, but Woodburn dropped a scoring pass. The Chiefs, though, only had to wait another two minutes before opening their account, with strong work by the pack setting up an attacking platform before Hill crossed for a try which Steenson converted. And Exeter regained the lead seven minutes before half-time, using their strong ball-carriers to maximum effect, and skipper Dennis touched down, allowing Steenson another easy conversion for a 14-7 advantage. Exeter pushed for another score as the interval approached, and it arrived after their forwards drove from a line-out and Cowan-Dickie finished off, with Steenson's third successful conversion leaving Irish reeling. And there was still time for another try, with Exeter completing a blistering spell when Devoto finished brilliantly for a bonus-point score which Steenson again converted. Irish were down and out, and Hill scored a fine solo try just two minutes after the restart that took Exeter past 30 points. Hassell-Collins provided brief hope of an unlikely comeback with a high-class finish for Irish's third try, but Exeter resumed normal service when Hill made a decisive break and delivered an exquisite pass to Townsend. Steenson's conversion made it 42-21, before Exeter were temporarily reduced to 14 men when Woodburn was yellow carded, then Devoto followed him three minutes later for an identical offence. Mafi's score gave Irish a fourth try as Exeter played two men short for eight minutes, but a Steenson penalty confirmed a healthy Exeter advantage and preservation of top spot in the league. LONDON IRISH earned a crucial bonus point in a remarkable game which saw 10 tries scored at the Madejski Stadium as league leaders Exeter Chiefs earned the victory. The clinical visitors showed their class with three quickfire tries at the end of the first half to earn a bonus point before half time, but Irish hit back with two tries in the second half including a stunning solo effort from Ollie Hassell-Collins. An entertaining second half saw Irish determinedly come back into the match after Exeter were reduced to 13 players as they earned a bonus point try despite losing the match. The table toppers Exeter made a fast start to the match as they went through the phases and Sam Hill got under the posts to score the first try of the match. Gareth Steenson added the extras with his first successful conversion of the match to put them 7-0 in front. A wave of Irish pressure looked to have got themselves their first try of the match as Steve Mafi tried to get over the line, but after a review from the TMO the try was not given with the ball held up on the line. But just two minutes later, Irish were successful as they drew out the Chiefs forwards and worked the ball out wide to new signing Belgium Tuatagloa who got over the line in the corner. Myler added the conversion to level the score at 7-7. The visitors then enjoyed a clinical spell at the end of the half as they showed their superiority by scoring three tries in just over six minutes. Dave Dennis went over from close range before Cowan-Dickie touched down after a rolling maul and Ollie Devoto broke quickly on the outside to give Chiefs a bonus point try before the half-time break. With a healthy lead going into the second half, Chiefs didn't take their foot off the gas as they added a fifth try of the game just a minute into the half. A brilliantly worked try saw Sam Hill go over for his second of the match as he exploited a gap in the defence. The points continued to tumble at the Madejski Stadium, with Irish reducing the deficit as Albert Tuisue finished off a well worked try, before Myler added the extras to make it 14-35. The Exiles showed great resilience as another try put pressure on the visitors as Ollie Hassell-Collins scored a stunning solo try as he breezed past four players before touching the ball down to put Irish back in the game at 21-35. The incredible second half continued as Exeter were reduced to 13 men to make their task even more tricky as Devoto was shown a yellow card. Irish made full use of their two-man advantage to get over for a bonus point try with Mafi getting over the whitewash to score a tenth try of the game. Myler scored his fourth conversion to maintain his perfect record and put the hosts back into the game at 28-42. Steenson added three vital points for the away side with an impressive score to lead 45-28 despite having two less players temporarily. Irish have now lost five of their eight Gallagher Premiership fixtures and face another difficult test next with an away trip to second placed Northampton Saints on Friday, January 24. London Irish: Dell, Fainga'a, Hoskins, Van der Merwe (c), Coleman, Mafi, Cowan, Tuisue, Meehan, Myler, Stephenson, Rona, Hassell-Collins, Tuatagloa, Veitokani. Exeter Chiefs: Hogg, Nowell, Devoto, Hill, Woodburn, Steenson, White, Hepburn, Cowan-Dickie, Pieretto, Kirsten, Dennis, Ewers, Armand, Simmonds