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Wasps are given the all-clear to play in the Premiership final


BREAKING NEWS: Wasps are given the all-clear to play in the Premiership final despite a string of coronavirus cases… leaving standby side Bristol free for an end-of-season party!

  • Wasps were struck down by a series of positive coronavirus tests last week
  • They had to stop training and place in the Premiership final was in serious doubt
  • Bristol Bears cancelled plans for end-of-season party in case they were called in
  • Wasps have now been given the all-clear to play in the Twickenham showpiece 

Wasps have been given the green light to face Exeter in Saturday’s Premiership final after their latest round of Covid testing.

Lee Blackett’s side were rocked by a series of positive tests last week and subsequently had to stand down from training.

Bristol had been placed on standby to replace Wasps at Twickenham, but Wasps were cleared to play on Wednesday morning after receiving results overnight.

Wasps have been cleared to play in this Saturday's Premiership final after more Covid testing

Wasps have been cleared to play in this Saturday’s Premiership final after more Covid testing 

Lee Blackett's side will take to the field at Twickenham on Saturday despite a major scare

Lee Blackett’s side will take to the field at Twickenham on Saturday despite a major scare

A Premiership Rugby spokesperson confirmed: ‘Premiership Rugby can confirm that Wasps have been given the all-clear to take their rightful place in the Gallagher Premiership Rugby Final against Exeter Chiefs.

‘Everyone at Premiership Rugby is delighted to confirm Wasps’ place after the latest round of PCR COVID-19 tests.’

More to follow. 

Exeter, and director of rugby Rob Baxter, were waiting to hear who their opponents would be

Exeter, and director of rugby Rob Baxter, were waiting to hear who their opponents would be 

Bristol Bears coach Pat Lam had put end-of-season party on hold in case they were called up

Bristol Bears coach Pat Lam had put end-of-season party on hold in case they were called up

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