Ulster Rugby vs Saracens

Four wins in four matches in the Aviva Premiership, including two fine wins away from home at Kingsholm Stadium (Gloucester) and Franklin’s Gardens (Northampton Saints), have seen Saracens top the league table going into the European Champions Cup. Last weekend Saracens welcomed Stade Toulousain to Allianz Park to kick-off Pool 1 in somewhat sombre circumstances in the aftermath of the Paris attacks a day before the game. Sarries were in the groove that night, with England stars Owen Farrell and Brad Barritt both impressing in their 32-7 win over the four-time European Cup winners. USA Rugby World Cup captain Chris Wyles crossed for two tries in the game with Mako Vunipola powering over for the other score. After reaching the final four of Europe’s premier competition, Saracens will once again be hoping to make their mark this season, but will face one of the toughest away assignments the competition has to offer when they face Ulster in tonight’s round two Pool 1 clash at Kingspan Stadium. SEASON SO FAR Saracens 100% start to the 2015/16 season in both the Aviva Premiership and European Champions Cup has seen Mark McCall’s side continue their fine late season form that saw the club lift the Aviva Premiership title.


CLUB ST //Location London //Founded 1876 //Ground Allianz Park //Capacity 10,000 //Last Game T oulouse (H)32-7(W) Sat 14th Nov 2015 at 17.30 //Next Game Worcester Warriors (H) Sun 28th Nov 2015 at 15.15 //Recent Form W W W W W

ST // Director of Rugby Mark McCall //Captain Alistair Hargreaves

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