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Other Round 9 Fixtures

Friday, 27 November 2009

Sale Sharks v London Wasps
Newcastle Falcons v Northampton Saints
Worcester Warriors v Saracens

Saturday, 28 November 2009

Harlequins v Gloucester Rugby
Leicester Tigers v Leeds Carnegie
Bath Rugby v London Irish
 
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Bullitt

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Saracens line-up vs Worcester Warriors

15 Alex Goode
14 Richard Haughton
13 Kameli Ratuvou
12 Brad Barritt
11 Chris Wyles
10 Derick Hougaard
9 Justin Marshall
1 Rhys Gill
2 Schalk Brits
3 Carlos Nieto
4 Steve Borthwick ©
5 Tom Ryder
6 Wikus van Heerden
7 Andy Saull
8 Ernst Joubert

16 Ethienne Reynecke
17 Kasiano Lealamanua
18 Richard Skuse
19 Hugh Vyvyan
20 Don Barrell
21 Moses Rauluni
22 Adam Powell
23 Rodd Penney
 
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Bullitt

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Warriors vs Saracens

15 Chris Latham
14 Marcel Garvey
13 Dale Rasmussen
12 Sam Tuitupou
11 Miles Benjamin
10 Willie Walker
9 Ryan Powell

1 Callum Black
2 Aleki Lutui
3 Tevita Taumoepeau
4 Greg Rawlinson
5 Craig Gillies
6 Tom Wood
7 Pat Sanderson ©
8 Kai Horstmann

Replacements

16 Adam Black
17 Chris Fortey
18 Olivier Sourgens
19 Graham Kitchener
20 James Collins
21 Jonny Arr
22 Calum MacRae
23 Rico Gear
 
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Preview: Worcester Warriors v Saracens

Worcester's 22-8 defeat of Saracens the last time they met ended a three game losing run against the Fez boys. In five previous visits to Sixways, Saracens have won on two occasions.
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Worcester Warriors are winless in their last four encounters in the Guinness Premiership since their 24-18 victory at home to Sale on 26 September. The Warriors' only home defeat in their last four Premiership games at Sixways was 22-26 to Harlequins on 24 October.

Saracens are still going strong at the top of the Guinness Premiership table with a perfect eight wins from eight matches, although this is despite scoring just 13 tries so far and they are yet to record a bonus point. Sarries' last away loss in the Premiership was 18-33 at Bath on 25 April.

Referee: Martin Fox (53rd Premiership game)
 
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Olyy

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Worcester at home have caused a few upsets in the past, hopefully they can make it 8-1 :p
 
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Bullitt

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Didums...

But Oooooooooooooooooooooooooooh, so close...
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Teh Mite @ Nov 22 2009, 08:17 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
Sarrise luck will run out soon. And i wouldn't be surprised if it's not Worcester to do the job.[/b]
 
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gingergenius

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looks like yet another premiership game decided by goalkickers. why is there such a lack of tries?
 

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