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Highlights

  • The two sides have faced off seven times since 2010 with Sarries winning five matches, scoring 150 points to the French outfit’s 129.
  • The first games in 2010/11 were tight affairs with the visitors winning on both occasions and the teams were drawn in the pool stages again two seasons later, Saracens ending victorious by large margins in both games.

Saracens secured their first ever European Cup title against Racing in 2016.

Saracens and Racing 92 have a lot of history in the Heineken Champions Cup but bizarrely they have never faced each other at Allianz Park.

The two sides have faced off seven times since 2010 with Sarries winning five matches, scoring 150 points to the French outfit’s 129.

The first games in 2010/11 were tight affairs with the visitors winning on both occasions and the teams were drawn in the pool stages again two seasons later, Saracens ending victorious by large margins in both games.

Then came one of the club’s most talked about games. Sarries legend Marcelo Bosch nudged a last-gasp kick in Paris to secure a semi-final spot and spark absolute scenes in the away ranks.

That was nothing compared to the following year where Mark McCall’s men ground out a 21-9 win over Racing to secure their first ever European title.

Racing 92 displayed great flair under the lights of the Paris La Defense Arena back in November and Saracens will now welcome them to Allianz Park for the first time.

Elliot Daly is set for his 50th European appearance when Saracens take on Racing 92 on Sunday.

The full-back’s milestone is made up of matches from the Challenge Cup and the Heineken Champions Cup and will be his third in the Europe’s blue-riband competition for the Men in Black.

Rotimi Segun returns to the back three alongside Daly and Sean Maitland. The wing scored two tries on his last Allianz Park outing against Worcester Warriors.

England duo Ben Spencer and Owen Farrell are back in at half-back while Brad Barritt and Duncan Taylor make up the centres.

Mako Vunipola, Jamie George and Vincent Koch come into the front row and Maro Itoje slots in at lock.

The back row comprises of Ben Earl, Billy Vunipola and Jackson Wray – the latter led the team expertly in Wales last time out. 

Saracens team to take on Racing 92 on Sunday 19th January (KO 13H00):

15 Elliot Daly
14 Sean Maitland
13 Duncan Taylor
12 Brad Barritt ©
11 Rotimi Segun
10 Owen Farrell
9 Ben Spencer
1 Mako Vunipola
2 Jamie George
3 Vincent Koch
4 Maro Itoje
5 George Kruis
6 Jackson Wray
7 Ben Earl
8 Billy Vunipola 

Replacements

16 Jack Singleton
17 Richard Barrington
18 Titi Lamositele
19 Will Skelton
20 Calum Clark
21 Richard Wigglesworth
22 Alex Lozowski
23 Alex Lewington

Saracens remain in with a chance of qualifying for the Heineken Champions Cup quarter-finals.

Match Day Entertainment

ENTERTAINMENT STARTS 10H30

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Fireworks (on and off the pitch)

Get behind the Men in Black as they look to continue their 2019/20 campaign at Allianz Park.

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See Sarrie the Camel

Take on Sarrie the Camel for the opportunity to win prizes!

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Free flags

Saracens flags will be available so you can cheer on the team. Let’s show our support and make some noise!

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#Tweet a beat – from your seat!

Tweet us a beat from your seat and for the lucky winner we’ll play your favourite song across the stadium.

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Run on the pitch

We invite everyone to experience our cutting edge 4G pitch after the final whistle. The only premium sports stadium in London that lets you run out on the 1st team pitch whilst the teams are warming down so don’t forget your ball!

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Live music

Head to The Oasis (Saracens fan zone) behind the North Stand to listen to live music with the rest of the Saracens family pre and post match!

Directions

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Team Comparison - Season Statistics

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Tries
51
 
47
Points
424
 
386
Carries
1766
 
1686
Meters Carried
5512
 
4974
Clean Breaks
121
 
133
Defenders Beaten
318
 
322
Offloads
107
 
111
Passes
1970
 
1803
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