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Coverage of the heavyweight clash begins from 2. Both digital platforms will be offering the revolutionary enhanced video player, which features try alerts and a unique rewind feature allowing you to re-watch key moments from the game.
The match is part of another bumper weekend of domestic rugby on BT Sport as we near the climax to the domestic season.
The action begins under the Friday night lights of south west London as play-off hopefuls Harlequins take on relegation-threatened Leicester Tigers at the Twickenham Stoop.
Saracens v Exeter Chiefs: Match preview The two best teams in English rugby will slug it out this weekend in the standout game from the penultimate round of the Gallagher Premiership.
Reigning champions Saracens will play host to last year's beaten finalists Exeter Chiefs in a fixture that has become a fierce rivalry in recent years.
All of the last five Premiership finals have featured either Exeter or Saracens and the two sides have squared-off in the Twickenham showpiece twice in the last three seasons. Mark McCall's side triumphed on both occasions but there is a real sense that the Chiefs, who won their maiden Premiership title in , are well placed to take Saracens' crown.
The Devonians are flying high at the top of the table, nine points clear of Sarries having won one game more and lost one game fewer so far this season. Victory on Saturday afternoon will secure top spot for the Chiefs, with a home semi-final already confirmed.
Little wonder then that this weekend's heavyweight clash at Allianz Park is being billed as a dress rehearsal for the June 1st final.
Saracens have won their last twenty home games in all competitions since Leicester beat them back in February , but Rob Baxter's Chiefs will be desperate to land an early psychological blow ahead of a potential final showdown.
The south-west giants will take confidence from their recent form against Saracens at the Allianz, where they have only lost once in their last four visits.
In the reverse fixture earlier this season, Exeter scored four tries to end Saracens' game unbeaten run.
McCall's men will be out for revenge this weekend, although there has been suggestion the Irishman will rest a number of key players ahead of Saracens' Champions Cup final a week later on May Exeter are also expected to be without a handful of marquee players.
Winger Jack Nowell and number eight Sam Simmonds will both miss out over fears that the artificial pitch at the Allianz could aggravate recent injuries.
Regardless of who takes the field on Saturday, there's sure to be no love lost as these two modern rivals resume hostilities. Right now, it feels like everyone is getting their heads around what we are expecting from one another day by day, week by week. That defeat came in last season's Premiership final.