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Highlights

  • Saracens will start New Year with a bang by welcoming Worcester Warriors to Allianz Park.
  • The Men in Black have not lost at home to the Sixways outfit since 2006 – an 11-match winning sequence.

Jackson Wray has scored seven tries against Worcester in his career.

Saracens begin the New Year by welcoming Worcester Warriors to a sold-out Allianz Park.

The Men in Black have not lost at home to the Sixways outfit since 2006 – an 11-match winning sequence.

A lot of the current squad have enjoyed successful matches against the Warriors with Jackson Wray scoring seven times and Ben Spencer collecting a personal tally of 35 points.

Alex Lozowski’s total points is at 33 while Alex Goode and Owen Farrell are close behind with 30 and 28 respectively.

Sarries faced Warriors at home at a similar time of the season in 2018/19, running out 25-17 winners courtesy of Farrell’s boot and tries from Mako Vunipola, Calum Clark and David Strettle.

29th December 2018/19 Season

Saracens have made five* changes for their first match of the New Year against Worcester Warriors at a sold-out Allianz Park.

Alex Lewington returns to the wing meaning a switch to full-back for Elliot Daly while Alex Lozowski comes into the centre alongside captain Brad Barritt.

Scrum-half Richard Wigglesworth resumes his half-back partnership with Owen Farrell and Scotland international Sean Maitland* completes the backline.

December Gallagher Premiership Player of the Month nominee Ben Earl is back on the flank after coming off the bench in Saracens’ defeat at Exeter Chiefs and a change in the front row sees Titi Lamositele named at tighthead prop.

Academy duo Joel Kpoku and Manu Vunipola, the latter who is one of four Sarries selected in England Under-20s’ 2020 squad, come in as replacements as does Richard Barrington.

*There are now six changes to the starting XV. Sean Maitland has been ruled out through injury and has been replaced by Academy graduate Rotimi Segun.

Saracens team to play Worcester Warriors at Allianz Park:

15 Elliot Daly (5)
14 Rotimi Segun (23)
13 Alex Lozowski (102)
12 Brad Barritt © (252)
11 Alex Lewington (39)
10 Owen Farrell (197)
9 Richard Wigglesworth (240)
1 Mako Vunipola (165)
2 Jamie George (224)
3 Titi Lamositele (85)
4 Maro Itoje (117)
5 Will Skelton (72)
6 Nick Isiekwe (78)
7 Ben Earl (53)
8 Billy Vunipola (108)

Replacements

16 Jack Singleton (7)
17 Richard Barrington (181)
18 Vincent Koch (73)
19 Joel Kpoku (22)
20 Jackson Wray (238)
21 Ben Spencer (167)
22 Manu Vunipola (15)
23 Duncan Taylor (123)

Saracens caps in brackets

The match is sold out!

Match Day Entertainment

ENTERTAINMENT STARTS 12H30

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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

To Allianz Park Stadium

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
Partners
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