WATCH: JJ Hanrahan focused on home Saracens test

Saracens travel to Thomond Park this weekend for a crucial Champions Cup clash.

The winner on Saturday will take a huge step towards the knockout stages with a return tie to take place in the Allianz Park next weekend.

With the tie looming, Munster’s JJ Hanrahan is focused on getting the job done at Thomond Park ahead of the trip to England.

“It’s a big two weeks but nothing changes really. We have to beat Saracens at home anyways.”

Watch the interview in full below.

WATCH: JJ Hanrahan on his mindset ahead of Saracens game and facing 'one of the world's best' in Owen Farrell #SportLK European Rugby Champions Cup

WATCH: JJ Hanrahan on his mindset ahead of Saracens game and facing 'one of the world's best' in Owen Farrell #SportLK European Rugby Champions Cup

Posted by Sporting Limerick on Wednesday, December 4, 2019

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