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A last-gasp try from Billy Keast gave Exeter Chiefs a dramatic late win over Bristol Bears.
There were comebacks for leaders Exeter Chiefs and Wasps in Friday's Premiership action.
An impressive showing from Wasps saw them claim a bonus-point win over Northampton Saints at Franklin's Gardens on Sunday.
Three Premiership clubs - Gloucester, Wasps and Worcester - have reduced wages due to the financial impact of coronavirus.
Exeter Chiefs have returned to the Premiership summit, while Wasps and Saracens also celebrated victories.
There was no debut victory for Bath new boy Rhys Webb as Bristol Bears continued their charged at a packed Rec.
Marland Yarde was in fine form as Sale Sharks went second in the Premiership table in style against Leicester Tigers.
Director of rugby Dai Young is on his way out of Wasps after nine years in charge, the Premiership club have announced.
London Irish handled challenging conditions impressively to win at Harlequins, while champions Saracens were too good for Sale Sharks.
Lee Blackett has taken over as interim Wasps head coach, with Dai Young moving away from first-team duties for an unspecified period.
Exeter Chiefs rallied in the second half against Sale Sharks, but the Premiership leaders still slipped to a first defeat since November.
Sam Hill and Gareth Steenson starred for Exeter in their win over London Irish, while Taqele Naiyaravoro was the hero for Northampton.
Wasps claimed their second win of the Premiership season by overcoming Bristol.