The latest table, fixtures & results from the 2016/17 Aviva Premiership season, complete with match reports and reaction.
The 2016/17 Aviva Premiership season reaches its climax on May 27, with Wasps and Exeter to contest the Grand Final at Twickenham.
Both sides finished first and second in the regular season before seeing off Leicester and Saracens respectively in two dramatic play-off semi-finals.
Here, you can find the Aviva Premiership table while we have links to all the month-by-month results.
Aviva Premiership fixtures and results
Click on each link for the monthly fixtures, results & reports
September 2016 fixtures & results
October 2016 fixtures & results
November 2017 fixtures & results
December 2017 fixtures & results
January 2017 fixtures & results
February 2017 fixtures & results
March 2017 fixtures & results
April 2017 fixtures & results
May 2017 fixtures & results
Aviva Premiership: Updated Standings
Table updated at 1900 BST on 06/05/2017
Wasps P 22 W 17 D 1 L 4 SD +191 Pts 84
Exeter P 22 W 15 D 3 L 4 SD +215 Pts 84
Saracens P 22 W 16 D 1 L 5 SD +234 Pts 77
Leicester P 22 W 14 D 0 L 8 SD +122 Pts 66
Bath P 22 W 12 D 0 L 10 SD +46 Pts 59
Harlequins P 22 W 11 D 0 L 11 SD +6 Pts 52
Northampton P 22 W 10 D 0 L 12 SD -14 Pts 52
Newcastle P 22 W 10 D 0 L 12 SD -151 Pts 49
Gloucester P 22 W 7 D 2 L 13 SD -4 Pts 46
Sale P 22 W 7 D 1 L 14 SD -124 Pts 40
Worcester P 22 W 5 D 2 L 15 SD -196 Pts 33
Bristol P 22 W 3 D 0 L 19 SD -325 Pts 20
Top four teams qualify for the end of season play-offs. The top two sides earn home ties in the play-off semi finals.
Win = 4 points
Draw = 2 points
Scoring four tries = 1 try bonus point
Losing by seven points or fewer = 1 losing bonus point
If teams finish level on points, tiebreakers are applied in the following order
a) Number of matches won
b) Difference between points for and against
c) Total number of points for
d) Aggregate number of points scored in matches between tied teams
e) Number of matches won excluding the first match, then the second and so on until the tie is settled
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