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TEAM NEWS | Saracens Men v Newcastle Falcons (GPR - Rd 18)

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Captain Alex Goode is aware of the challenge ahead on Saturday as Saracens Men prepare to welcome a “dangerous’ Newcastle Falcons outfit to StoneX Stadium.

Sarries are looking to get back to winning ways after they left Leicester with a losing bonus point last Sunday, and they head in to the game in the knowledge that a positive result will see them take a huge step towards a semi-final spot.

Director of Rugby Mark McCall has made six changes to the starting line-up for the Falcons fixture, with a strong side selected for the first home match in four weeks.

Eroni Mawi keeps his place at loosehead, and Theo Dan starts at hooker after his terrific impact against the Tigers. Alec Clarey will make his 50th appearance for the club at tighthead.

Tom Ellis and Hugh Tizard continue in the well-functioning second-row, and there is a boost at the base of the scrum as Ben Earl returns to join Andy Christie and Billy Vunipola.

Ivan van Zyl and Manu Vunipola make up a new half-back pairing, and Olly Hartley will make his Premiership debut at inside centre next to the experienced Alex Lozowski in the midfield.

Alex Lewington will be looking to continue his excellent form on the left wing, whilst Rotimi Segun, fresh from signing a new deal will be on the right and captain Goode will be at full-back.

One the bench there is another opportunity for Toby Knight to shine after featuring for an hour at Welford Road, and Josh Hallett is back in the matchday 23 after recovering from injury.

Goode knows that Sarries are taking on a tough opponent on a day when StoneX Stadium will celebrate its 10 year anniversary.

“Newcastle are an incredibly dangerous attacking side with some real pace out wide so we’ll have to be switched on from minute one to 80 to get the result we’re after.

We come in to this game after what was ultimately a disappointing result against Leicester but there were lots of positives to come from the performance. Of course we need to fix the slow start but the way we responded with so many young players was very pleasing so hopefully we can build on that.”

Saracens Men team to play Newcastle Falcons:

1 Eroni Mawi

2 Theo Dan

3 Alec Clarey

4 Tom Ellis

5 Hugh Tizard

6 Andy Christie

7 Ben Earl

8 Billy Vunipola

9 Ivan van Zyl

10 Manu Vunipola

11 Alex Lewington

12 Olly Hartley

13 Alex Lozowski

14 Rotimi Segun

15 Alex Goode (c)


16 Kapeli Pifeleti

17 Robin Hislop

18 Eduardo Bello

19 Cameron Boon

20 Toby Knight

21 Aled Davies

22 Josh Hallett

23 Sean Maitland


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Women’s Assistant Coach Lewis Sones felt that his side could take a lot of encouragement, despite an opening round cup defeat to Harlequins. A late surge from Saracens nearly secured the points in a topsy-turvy match, before they were forced to settle for two losing bonus points. Despite the result, Sones was pleased with how […]

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World Cup Round Up | Saracens front and centre of thrilling weekend

It was another outstanding weekend of action in France as the pool stages continued with Saracens players featuring all over the country. 10 Sarries took to the pitch throughout the third round of matches and all of them showed their class with some fantastic performances. Marco Riccioni kicked things off on Wednesday as he started […]

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MATCH REPORT | Saracens Women 29-36 Harlequins Women

Saracens Women started their Allianz Cup campaign with a narrow defeat as they were beaten 29-36 by Harlequins at StoneX Stadium. Alex Austerberry’s side trailed by 12 points heading in to the final quarter but never gave in and almost completed a remarkable comeback but had to settle for two bonus points. It was Quins […]

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