Saracens team for Thomond trip Announced

Saracens Head Coach Mark McCall has named his Saracens team for this Saturday’s Champions Cup clash with Munster in Thomond Park.

The English Club will be without World Cup runners-up Mako Vunipola, Billy Vunipola, George Kruis, Elliot Daly and Owen Farrell for the clash as they are not named in the squad.

Maro Itoje is included in the side but Wales’ Liam Williams misses out, as does Sean Maitland.

European Rugby Champions Cup Press Conference Aviva Stadium Dublin 22/4/2017 Munster vs Saracens Saracens Chris Wyles scores a try signalled by referee Romain Poite Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Billy Stickland

Saracens team to play Munster

5. Matt Gallagher
14. Rotimi Segun
13. Alex Lozowski
12. Brad Barritt (captain)
11. Alex Lewington
10. Manu Vunipola
9. Ben Spencer

1. Richard Barrington
2. Jack Singleton
3. Titi Lamositele
4. Will Skelton
5. Maro Itoje
6. Nick Isiekwe
7. Ben Earl
8. Jackson Wray


16. Kapeli Pifeleti
17. Rhys Carre
18. Josh Ibuanokpe
19. Joel Kpoku
20. Sean Reffell
21. Tom Whiteley
22. Max Malins
23. Nick Tompkins

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