COMPETITION: Win tickets to see Wasps take on Exeter Chiefs in their Aviva Premiership opener - The Rugby Observer

COMPETITION: Win tickets to see Wasps take on Exeter Chiefs in their Aviva Premiership opener

Rugby Editorial 25th Aug, 2016 Updated: 27th Oct, 2016   0

WASPS get their season underway with a clash against Exeter Chiefs on Sunday September 4 when fans will have their first chance to run the rule over new summer signings.

Last season the sides met in two of the most entertaining games of the season – Wasps were the victors in a classic European Champions Cup semi-final while Exeter got their revenge in the Premiership semi-final.

It promises to be another hard-fought encounter as the two top four sides from last season look to get their 2016/17 campaigns off to the strongest possible start.

Dai Young has bolstered the squad since the end of last season with Danny Cipriani, Kurtley Beale, Kyle Eastmond and Willie le Roux among the high-profile signings. Joe Launchbury will lead the side for the first time since the England lock was appointed as club captain.

Exeter’s squad boasts a number of England internationals that secured the 3-0 series win down in Australia, including Jack Nowell, Henry Slade, Luke Cowan-Dickie.

You could be at the Ricoh Arena to see the action thanks to Wasps and the Rugby Observer.

We have a five pairs of tickets to give away for this curtain-raising Aviva Premiership fixture which kicks off at 3pm.

There will be a fan village with lots of activities for adults and children, before and after both teams do battle on the pitch, including live music, an F1 simulator, face painting and an inflatable pitch.

To enter this competition, please tell us: who is Wasps captain this season?

Send your answer along with a name, address and daytime contact number to Wasps competition, 45 The Parade, Leamington Spa, CV32 4BL. You can also enter by emailing your answer and contact details to [email protected].

The competition will close at 12pm on Tuesday August 30. Winners will be contacted by a member of the Observer team.

Tickets start at just £15 for adults and under 10s can come for free in certain price categories and are available from or by ringing 024 7678 6411.

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