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Saracens' Nathan Earle is held by Zach Kibirige during the game on Sunday

Round-up: Saracens cruise into cup semi-finals

Saracens recorded a comfortable 41-8 victory over Newcastle on Sunday to ensure they finished top of their LV= Cup pool and so sealed their progression to the semi-finals.

Harlequins and Leicester Tigers players leave the Twickenham Stoop pitch after the game is stopped on 'health and safety grounds'

Harlequins 20 Leicester Tigers 6 match report: Match ends early as freak hailstorm hits the Twickenham Stoop sending debris onto pitch

Play was stopped on 'health and safety grounds' after Paul Sackey, Maurie Fa'asavalu and Tom Guest

Toby Flood has admitted it was 'a very tough decision' to leave Leicester for a French club

Toby Flood admits ‘sleepless nights’ over decision to quit Tigers and England

Fly-half has admitted it was “a very tough decision” to leave Leicester for a French club

Ruan Pienaar demonstrated all-court brilliance against the Leicester team

Leicester Tigers 19 Ulster 22 match report: Ruan Pienaar piles on pain for wounded Tigers

Scrum-half claims all Ulster’s points as Leicester are left facing tough trip

Leicester celebrate after David Nugent scores to give them a late win over Leeds

Leeds United 0 Leicester City 1 match report: Kevin Phillips makes his presence felt as leaders Leicester turn the screw

Leeds improved to restore some pride from last week's 6-0 drubbing at Sheffield but Nugent's 87th minute strike gives Leicester a sixth straight win

Richard Cockerill has praised his Leicester Tigers squad for showing a 'cussedness' in the Heineken Cup

Leicester Tigers director of rugby Richard Cockerill praises 'cussed' players for Heineken Cup qualification

Tigers face a final showdown with Ulster in Saturday with both teams vying for a home quarter-final having already qualified for the last eight

Woman arrested by Lincolnshire Police on suspicion of assisting a suicide

Lincolnshire Police were called to the property on Wednesday morning

Manu Tuilagi had been expected to miss the entire tournament but is targeting a return to action in the middle of next month

Six Nations 2014: England could have Manu Tuilagi fit for latter part of tournament

Manu Tuilagi could yet play a role in England's Six Nations campaign. The Leicester and British Lions centre had been expected to miss the entire tournament but is targeting a return to action in the middle of next month, opening up the possibility of an unexpected return for the key fixture against Wales at Twickenham on 9 March.

Julian Salvi scores for Leicester Tigers against Benetton Treviso

Benetton Treviso 19 Leicester Tigers 34 match report: Tigers set-up winner takes all clash with Ulster with comeback win

Treviso make English champions work hard for victory but a Miles Benjamin brace along with a Julian Salvi effort and a penalty try gives Tigers bonus point victory

George Ford has benefited from a long run at No 10 with Bath

George Ford set for England promotion but Stuart Lancaster battles with problems up front

George Ford will be the talk of the town if, as widely assumed, he replaces the France-bound Toby Flood in a revamped England squad this afternoon, but the 20-year-old Bath outside-half's promotion has not been at the top of the red-rose hierarchy's agenda in recent days. Stuart Lancaster and his lieutenants are far more concerned with issues up front, where injuries to important players are making life very complicated indeed.

Nigel Pearson has been rewarded for a more positive approach with Leicester topping the Championship

Simon Hart: Leicester City have toughened up after last year's play-off agony

Life beyond the Premier League: Flying Foxes have recorded their best start to a season and sit top of the Championship

Kenwyne Jones scores for Stoke City in the 2-1 win over Leicester City

Stoke City 2 Leicester City 1 match report: Stoke rewarded for Mark Hughes’ faith in the Cup

Goals from Kenwyne Jones and Charlie Adam were enough to see Stoke through to the fourth round with a late David Nugent goal nothing more than a consolation

Richard Cockerill served a nine-match ban earlier this season

Richard Cockerill escapes punishment over Sale Sharks ‘cheat’ comments

Richard Cockerill will not face disciplinary action over his post-match comments made following last Saturday’s Premiership game between Leicester and Sale Sharks.

Anthony Watson and Miles Benjamin to vie for England spot

Leicester v Bath

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