London club set to play two games in 48 hours but they see money-spinner against South African side as the way to go
Farrell admits you can't let anything effect your game as a fly-half and admits he learnt to keep a cool head very early in his career
Saracens knocked Ulster out of last year's tournament at the same stage but top seeds have looked in imperious form this campaign
I’ve been working on my leg power, my pace; I feel more confident
We select our best XV from the penultimate round of group matches across Europe
Saracens came unstuck against French opposition once again after they saw their hopes of a home draw fade with defeat to Toulouse
Second-half was a true contest of will and power on a spring-like day
Composure wins matches. Munster, who have so strong a European tradition, possessed it last night and it ensured their progress to the quarter-finals of the Heineken Cup yet again, with one round of pool matches remaining. Edinburgh's failure to score a winning bonus point against Perpignan means that the Irish province cannot be caught (though their superior points difference would have kept them clear of pursuit).
Warriors are staring relegation in the face after latest defeat
Billy Vunipola was in Tiggerish mood against the Leicester Tigers as Saracens stayed on top of the Premiership with a six-try, 49-10 win at Allianz Park. The all-action England No 8, playing on Sarries’ blind-side flank, spilt a coupled of restarts amid the wind and rain, scooped up an errant opposition put-in at the scrum, scored a third-quarter try and stepped mischievously into every position at rucks and mauls: offside and on.
Record defeat for Leicester follows confirmation they will lose their England fly-half to France
Cockerill confirmed that the England fly-half will leave the club when speaking before the match against Saracens
Gloucester’s gifted outside-centre lost out on a place in the autumn internationals through injury, but is fit again and eyeing Six Nations spot
Munster just don’t know when to give up in the Heineken Cup.
Sarries record back to back wins over Zebre to hit the top of Pool Three and force Toulouse into producing a response after their defeat to Connacht last week
Tries from Kruis, Joubert, Wyles and an Ashton double sees Aviva Premiership leaders bounce back from Toulouse defeat at Wembley