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Saracens v Connacht game on TNT Sports, Saracens v Connacht Investec Champions Cup, Sat 16th December 2023 1:00pm WATCH LIVE, Rugby Union Investec Champions Cup ...


We could push him for the Saracens game but I think with it being a recurrence of the foot injury that he had at the end of the World Cup. It is not something we will take any chances with it for his sake and our sake. We would hope he is on track for Ulster. — Investec Champions Cup (@ChampionsCup) December 8, 2023 The two biggest disappointments for Peter Wilkins from Friday night's game will have been how easily his side were cut apart in the second half and their inability to be clinical near the Bordeaux line. They are currently fourth in the Gallagher Premiership, just two points off leaders Sale Sharks. They are a very familiar group of players to those who have watched the Champions Cup over the past eight years. The three times champions look in a very good place to make a run at a fourth star this year. Connacht Team News Connacht's fortunes appeared to turn on the early departure of Mack Hansen from the Sports ground on Friday night. This week they head to the StoneX Arena without the Ireland winger but coach Peter Wilkins gave an encouraging update on the situation this week; At this stage he has already started his rehab running, which is great. Saracens vs. Connacht Rugby LatestSeason StatsLineupsLive CommentaryMatch Stats. Commentary unavailable Broadcast Partner. Partner Name. Broadcast Partner. Partner Name. Broadcast ... Here's everything you need to know about the match, including how to watch it and when it kicks off. When is Connacht v Saracens? Saracens v Connacht kicks off at the StoneX Arena at 1:00pm on Saturday 16th December. How to Watch Connacht v Saracens The match is available on TNT Sports with coverage from 12:30pm. Saracens Team News Sarries were able to welcome back captain Owen Farrell for their trip to Highveld but with little success. Farrell and Saracens were greeted by a hostile atmosphere and they were beaten handily by 27-16 in energy sapping conditions. The frustrating nature of the performance resulted in very uncharacteristic errors and ill-discipline from the Premiership champions as number 8, Billy Vunipola, unleashed a reckless clear out for which he was sent off. He has been cleared by his citing tribunal this week and is available for Saracens home opener. U. N. S. T. O. P. A. B. L. E. Not even a tap from Owen Farrell could stop Kurt-Lee Arendse and Canan Moodie linking up for this beauty ⚡️Watch the instant highlights ⬇️ — Investec Champions Cup (@ChampionsCup) December 9, 2023 Saracens boast no fewer than 14 internationals in a matchday squad brimming with star quality. What Irish TV channel is Saracens vs Connacht on? 12 hours ago — CONNACHT are already up against it if they are to escape Pool 1 of the Champions Cup.Pete Wilkins' side have come in for a lot of stick over ... Bernard Jackman made reference to Munster's power defence against Bayonne and the story was similar on Friday night as Connacht failed to make their limited visits to the Bordeaux 22 count. Last weekend has encouraged a raft of changes from the Connacht management. Up front Jordan Duggan and Jack Aungier get the start ahead of Denis Buckley and Finlay Bealham. Joe Joyce has also been moved to the bench with Gavin Thornbury and Darragh Murray getting the start. There's no place for Cathal Forde as Tom Farrell returns to accompany Bundee Aki in the centres. Mack Hansen's injury is not expected to be as bad as first thought but Connacht have taken no risks with him. Captain Owen Farrell remains at 10 with Billy Vunipola getting the start at 8. After a tough weekend for the Connacht forward pack, things get no easier this week with England international, Theo Dan and 20 stone Premiership veteran and Samoan international, Logovi'i Mulipola amongst the front row replacements. Alex Goode, Sean Maitland and Lucio Cinti form a quality back three even in the absence of Elliot Daly. All you need to know: Saracens v Connacht 5 days ago — Round 2 of the Investec Champions Cup see's us head to London where we take on Saracens at the StoneX Stadium this Saturday at 1pm. Saracens v Connacht Rugby, Champions Cup 2023/24 The unerring accuracy of fly-half Johan Goosen fired Vodacom Bulls to a sound win in Pool 1 of the Investec Champions Cup, defeating Saracens 27-16 in what ...


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