By Mark Stevens
Excitement is building ahead of tomorrow’s Aviva Premiership semi-final encounter between Exeter Chiefs and Saracens at Sandy Park (2:30pm).
With a capacity crowd expected to attend the fixture between last season’s two finalists, supporters attending the game are reminded to leave additional travel time to the stadium as the Devon County Show is also taking place at nearby Westpoint Arena.
Normal match-day trains and buses are in operation, while match-day parking at Grenadier Road for those travelling by car can still be booked by clicking here
The stadium itself will open from 11:30am and all match-day bars and food outlets will be in operation from that point until after the final whistle.
The club are also asking supporters to help make the match-day run smoothly by getting to their allotted space or seat at least 15 minutes before kick-off in a bid to avoid any unnecessary disruption.
Once the game has concluded, the normal Sandy Park after-party will kick into action with live music from The Shrine and Filthy Gorgeous playing in the Exeter Suite, while Danny’s Disco will be in operation in the Wigwam Bar. Live coverage of the other semi-final between Wasps and Leicester Tigers will be shown on the screens around the stadium.