Saturday’s Aviva Premiership encounter between Exeter Chiefs and Leicester Tigers is now a complete sell-out.
The final few tickets for the game, which will kick-off at the slightly later time of 5pm, were sold on Wednesday morning.
That means a capacity crowd will be turning out to see if Rob Baxter’s side can build on their recent wins over London Welsh and Harlequins, whilst at the same time looking to avenge their 30-8 defeat earlier in the season by the Tigers at Welford Road.
Commenting, Exeter Rugby Club chairman and chief executive, Tony Rowe OBE, said: "Games between ourselves and Leicester are always hugely entertaining affairs and we expect this one to be no different.
"The fact that both sides are pushing hard at the top end of the table, I think it means this game has all the makings for another top quality encounter."
Tickets for Exeter’s final two home games against London Irish (April 13) and Gloucester (May 4) are also selling fast, so supporters are advised to purchase their tickets now in a bid to avoid disappointment. These can be purchased either online via the Exeter Chiefs official website or through the Trading Post, which is open Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm.