Quins delighted the rugby earth as their all-motion, totally free-flowing attacking model sent a shock title 12 months back and they acquired themselves a put in the knockout levels the moment much more by finishing 3rd in the standard-period table.
They had been seven factors at the rear of today’s 2nd-put opponents Saracens, who are actively playing with a chip on their shoulder immediately after earning advertising back again to the top rated flight 12 months in the past, owning been relegated to the Championship for salary cap breaches a yr prior.
They are a crew on a mission and a star-studded line-up replete with England internationals such as Maro Itoje, Owen Farrell, Mako Vunipola and Max Malins may possibly perfectly lead them to a fifth Premiership title in 8 decades but having past their Marcus Smith-influenced London rivals will be no simple task.
Here’s every little thing you have to have to know forward of the first Premiership Rugby semi-remaining.
When is Saracens vs Harlequins?
The match will be played at the StoneX Stadium in north London, on Saturday 11 June at 1:30pm BST.
The place can I check out it?
The match will be demonstrated on BT Activity 1, with protection beginning at 1pm. BT Activity subscribers can also stream the match stay on the BT Activity website and mobile application.
What is the staff news?
Saracens: Goode Maitland, Daly, Tompkins, Malins Farrell (capt), Davies M Vunipola, George, Koch, Itoje, Swinson, McFarland, Earl, B Vunipola.
Replacements: Pifeleti, Mawi, Clarey, Isiekwe, Christie, Van Zyl, Lozowski, Taylor
Harlequins: Jones Green, Marchant, Esterhuizen, Murley Smith, Treatment Marler, Walker, Collier, Symons, Tizard, Lewies (capt), Evans, Dombrandt.
Replacements: Grey, Kerrod, Louw, Jurevicius, Lawday, Gjaltema, Allan, Northmore
Saracens earn – 2/5
Attract – 25/1
Harlequins acquire – 13/5
Harlequins have the attacking firepower to beat any workforce in the league and will be desperate to defend their title but home edge and a ruthlessness to their participate in will narrowly see Saracens through to the final. Saracens 33-27 Harlequins.