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Weekend review: Player of the weekend, flop & more

It is all about the playoffs as the Aviva Premiership, PRO14 and Top 14 edged even closer to the finish flag. The Champions Cup and Challenge Cup may take centre stage this week but there is still plenty at stake after the latest round of games.

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Saracens too good for sloppy Bath

Jonathan Joseph limped off early in Bath's 41-6 Aviva Premiership defeat by Saracens at Allianz Park to give England an injury scare ahead of their tour to South Africa.

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Weekend review: Player of the weekend, flop & more

It is now or never for many teams across European rugby's domestic competitions as teams battle it out for relegation and playoff positions in the Aviva Premiership, PRO14 and the French Top 14.

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Nine-try Saracens thrash abysmal Saints

Saracens bounced back from their Champions Cup exit with a crushing 63-13 victory against Northampton Saints at Franklin's Gardens.

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Wray insists Saracens 'not for sale'

Saracens chairman Nigel Wray has insisted the Aviva Premiership club is in good shape financially despite co-owner Johann Rupert's decision to withdraw his backing.

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24dESPN Staff

Cullen accuses Saracens of targeting Sexton

Leinster head coach Leo Cullen has accused Saracens of targeting Johnny Sexton during his side's Champions Cup quarterfinal victory at the Aviva Stadium.

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24dESPN Staff

Leinster end Saracens' Euro defence

Leinster lived up to their favourites tag as they ended Saracens' Champions Cup defence with a 30-19 victory at the Aviva Stadium.

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25dPA Sport

Saracens ready for 'hot favourites' Leinster

Mark McCall insists Saracens will embrace the toughest assignment in European rugby when they face Leinster in the quarterfinals of the Champions Cup.

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26dESPN Staff

Farrell wins Champions Cup fitness battle

England's Owen Farrell has been passed fit to start for Saracens in their Champions Cup quarterfinal against Leinster in Dublin.

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27dESPN Staff

Weekend predictions: Champions, Challenge Cups

ESPN's experts predict which teams are set for a big weekend, which players will shine and where your attention should be trained across all of the quarterfinals.

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27dPA Sport

'Terminator' Barritt fit for Saracens Euro trip

Brad Barritt has been labelled 'The Terminator' after undergoing surgery on a fractured cheekbone only five days before Saracens' Champions Cup quarterfinal against Leinster.

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28dPA Sport

Farrell '50-50' for Saracens trip to Dublin

Owen Farrell will be given until Friday to prove his fitness for Saracens' Champions Cup quarterfinal against Leinster but Billy Vunipola has been ruled out of the trip to Dublin.

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32dPA Sport

Williams, Itoje helps Saracens down Quins

Saracens returned to winning ways in the Aviva Premiership as they saw off Harlequins 24-11 in their first game at the London Stadium.

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35dPA Sport

Vunipola could miss Champions Cup quarterfinal

Billy Vunipola could miss Saracens' Champions Cup quarterfinal against Leinster after director of rugby Mark McCall revealed his fitness remains shrouded in doubt.

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McCall: Itoje not 'out on his feet'

Maro Itoje has received staunch backing from Saracens in response to Sir Clive Woodward's claim the England lock is "out on his feet".

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Exeter earn impressive win over Saracens

Exeter extended their advantage as Aviva Premiership leaders and took another major step towards a home playoff by subduing Saracens 24-12 at Sandy Park.

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59dESPN Staff

Tuilagi helps Tigers roar to defeat Saracens

Manu Tuilagi touched down to help Leicester Tigers leave Allianz Park with maximum points after defeating Saracens 28-10 in the Aviva Premiership.

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Saracens see off Sale to move top

Saracens moved to the top of the Aviva Premiership table following a 13-3 triumph over Sale Sharks at the AJ Bell Stadium.

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Falcons no match for Saracens

Richard Barrington and Max Malins scored tries as Saracens defeated Newcastle 25-3 in the Aviva Premiership on Saturday.

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81dPA Sport

Chiefs advance to Anglo-Welsh semis

Exeter progressed to the Anglo-Welsh Cup semifinals with a convincing 43-20 bonus-point victory over Saracens at Sandy Park.

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88dPA Sport

Six-try Saracens canter past Dragons

Three tries in 10 first-half minutes helped Saracens to an impressive 40-21 Anglo-Welsh Cup victory over the Dragons at Allianz Park.

2018 RankingsEuropean Rugby Champions Cup

  • TRIES SCORED
    1st 24 Tries
  • SARAC4th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Leinster : 83 Points Difference
    LEINS1st
    59
    83