Aviva Premiership Betting Odds

The 12-team Aviva Premiership is the top-flight of English club rugby union and Saracens are the current champions. Visit the official Premiership site for information.

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League Table

PositionTeamPPts

1

Saracens

22

80

2

Exeter

22

74

3

Wasps

22

72

4

Leicester

22

65

5

Northampton

22

60

6

Sale

22

58

7

Harlequins

22

55

8

Gloucester

22

49

9

Bath

22

48

10

Worcester

22

35

11

Newcastle

22

27

12

London Irish

22

20

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