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  • Worcester Warriors second row Michael Fatialofa’s JustGiving page will receive £1,000 for every Saracens try during this game as well as money collected via buckets around the ground, in the hospitality lounges and on the club’s match day shuttle buses

Joel Kpoku’s late try and an 80th-minute Ben Spencer penalty sealed a 31-25 victory for Saracens over Sale at Allianz Park last time out in Premiership.

A belated Valentine’s match-up between Saracens and Sale Sharks should offer plenty and be easy on the eye!

Mark McCall’s side welcome the Manchester outfit to Allianz Park on Saturday 15th February 2020 looking to make it 13 consecutive Premiership wins at home against them, dating back 15 years.

A first try on his home league debut for Joel Kpoku secured Sarries a bonus-point victory over the Sharks back in November 2018 and the lock could get another opportunity to impress with the game falling in the Six Nations period.

Since moving to Allianz Park in 2013, the Men in Black have accumulated 206 points in the fixture, scoring 23 tries.

Nick Tompkins, Ben Spencer and Alex Goode have all crossed for three tries in a Saracens vs Sale contest over the years while Owen Farrell sits top of the points chart from the current squad with 76.

17th November 18/19 Season

Highlights | Saracens Men 31-25 Sale Sharks (Round 7)

Highlights | Saracens Men 31-25 Sale Sharks (Round 7)

Duration 1m

Highlights of Saracens' 31-25 Gallagher Premiership win over Sale Sharks at Allianz Park.

A mixture of youth and experience will take to the field for Saracens when Sale Sharks visit Allianz Park on Saturday.

Nineteen-year-old Manu Vunipola returns from England Under-20s duty to take his place at fly-half meaning a switch back to full-back for Alex Goode – his first appearance in the 15 jersey since last season’s Gallagher Premiership final.

Speedsters Rotimi Segun and Alex Lewington are named on the wings while captain Brad Barritt and Alex Lozowski make up the midfield.

Tom Whiteley comes in at scrum-half for his first start of the league season and will be behind a pack with four changes from the trip to face Sale in the Premiership Rugby Cup last time out.

Back from international duty with Wales, Rhys Carre takes his place at loosehead and South Africa international Vincent Koch is reinstated at tighthead. Hooker Tom Woolstencroft remains in the front row.

Calum Clark and Jackson Wray are back at openside flanker and Number 8 respectively, joining Nick Isiekwe in the back row and locks Joel Kpoku and Callum Hunter-Hill continue their partnership for the third match in a row.

On the bench, winger Ali Crossdale could make his first Premiership outing.

Saracens team to take on Sale Sharks at Allianz Park (KO 15H00):

15 Alex Goode
14 Rotimi Segun
13 Alex Lozowski
12 Brad Barritt ©
11 Alex Lewington
10 Manu Vunipola
9 Tom Whiteley
1 Rhys Carre
2 Tom Woolstencroft
3 Vincent Koch
4 Joel Kpoku
5 Callum Hunter-Hill
6 Nick Isiekwe
7 Calum Clark
8 Jackson Wray

Replacements

16 Jack Singleton
17 Richard Barrington
18 Josh Ibuanokpe
19 Andy Christie
20 Sean Reffell
21 Ben Spencer
22 Duncan Taylor
23 Ali Crossdale

In Focus | Tom Woolstencroft previews Sale Sharks

In Focus | Tom Woolstencroft previews Sale Sharks

Duration 2m

“Personally I feel like I’ve had a pretty good season. It’s been a good year and good experience to play against some of the best players in the world.” – Rotimi Segun

Match Day Entertainment

ENTERTAINMENT STARTS 12H30

Fireworks (on and off the pitch)

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

See Sarrie the Camel

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

Free flags

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

#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.

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!

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

To Allianz Park Stadium

Team Comparison - Season Statistics

vs

Tries
33
 
28
Points
277
 
236
Carries
1188
 
1093
Meters Carried
3582
 
3395
Clean Breaks
77
 
88
Defenders Beaten
197
 
210
Offloads
65
 
73
Passes
1311
 
1150
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