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Statistics: Sarries at the World Cup

29.10.19
In association with
City Index City Index
England V New Zealand Rugby World Cup 2019: Semi Final

Up to 11 Saracens players could take the field in Saturday’s Rugby World Cup final between England and South Africa. 

Seven of that number have been at the club for seven to 10 years, the majority from their mid-teens.

Academy graduate Owen Farrell will lead England in the final against Vincent Koch and Damian Willemse’s Springboks, a match which will conclude a tournament that has seen 17 Saracens feature in total*.

Ahead of the big showdown, we take a look at the impact Sarries have had on this year’s spectacle in Japan.

Finisher: Williams scored two tries for Wales in Japan

SARRIES AT THE WORLD CUP

PLAYERS: 17
ACADEMY PRODUCTS: 9
COUNTRIES:
6
FINALISTS: 11
MINUTES:
3,332
TRIES: 7
POINTS: 83
CARRIES: 332
METRES GAINED: 1,287
CLEAN BREAKS: 21
DEFENDERS BEATEN: 60
TACKLES: 353
TURNOVERS: 30

Friends reunited: Figallo went up against a number of his club teammate when Argentina played England

PLAYER TOP THREE

TRIES
Liam Williams (2)
Elliot Daly, Billy Vunipola, Jamie George, Sean Maitland, Damian Willemse (all 1)

POINTS
Owen Farrell (48)
Liam Williams (10)
Elliot Daly, Billy Vunipola, Jamie George, Sean Maitland, Damian Willemse (all 5)

CARRIES
Billy Vunipola (55)
Liam Williams (43)
Elliot Daly (42) 

METRES GAINED
Liam Williams (310)
Elliot Daly (261)
Sean Maitland (145)

CLEAN BREAKS
Elliot Daly (5)
Damian Willemse, Sean Maitland (both 4)
Liam Williams (2)

Nudge: Farrell has kicked 48 points helping England to reach the final

DEFENDERS BEATEN
Billy Vunipola, Elliot Daly (both 11)
Liam Williams (10)
Sean Maitland (9)

TACKLES
Maro Itoje (55)
Owen Farrell (49)
Billy Vunipola (38)

TURNOVERS
Maro Itoje (9)
Owen Farrell, Billy Vunipola (both 4)
Elliot Daly, Vincent Koch (both 3)

*Includes Ben Spencer following his call-up for the 2019 Rugby World Cup final

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