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Team News: Saracens Men vs Jersey Reds

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Director of Rugby Mark McCall has made three changes to his 23-man squad as Saracens Men welcome Jersey Reds to StoneX Stadium for Saturday’s Greene King IPA Championship fixture.

With Sean Maitland away on international duty, Rotimi Segun is handed a starting role on the left wing, while the rest of the back-line is as it was from the start last weekend in Penzance.

Will Hooley comes onto the bench wearing the number 23 shirt and Josh Ibuanokpe will provide cover at tighthead with Alec Clarey ruled out against his former side in what is the only other change.

Elliott Obatoyinbo, starting at full-back once again, insists the group have responded well this week and will need to focus on what they do best ahead of another tough test.

“The message this week is we’ve been here before as a team,” he said. “We know what to do and the boys have had a positive attitude which is what we need.

“We need to focus on our strengths and have a positive mindset and that will give us the best chance to get a positive result against Jersey.

“We need to do the simple things, first of all with our mentality. We’ve got to be there and we need to be physical. If we get that right all the other things will fall into place nicely after that.”

Saracens team to face Jersey Reds:

15 Elliott Obatoyinbo

14 Alex Lewington

13 Duncan Taylor

12 Juan Pablo Socino

11 Rotimi Segun

10 Manu Vunipola

9 Aled Davies

1 Richard Barrington

2 Kapeli Pifeleti

3 Vincent Koch

4 Callum Hunter-Hill

5 Tim Swinson

6 Mike Rhodes

7 Sean Reffell

8 Jackson Wray ©



16 Sam Crean

17 Eroni Mawi

18 Josh Ibuanokpe

19 Joel Kpoku

20 Andy Christie

21 Tom Whiteley

22 Dom Morris

23 Will Hooley


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