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Where To Watch Leinster Vs Saracens? TV Info For Champions Cup Final

Where To Watch Leinster Vs Saracens? TV Info For Champions Cup Final

Leinster play Saracens in the European Champions Cup final this Saturday.

Leinster go into the game looking to retain their title and become European champions for a record fifth time.

This year's game takes place at St James' Park in Newcastle.

Where to watch Leinster vs Saracens?

The game will be broadcast free to air on Virgin Media One. Their coverage begins at 4pm. It will also be shown on Channel 4 with their coverage beginning at 4:30pm.

It will be broadcast live on BT Sport 2 with coverage starting at 4pm.

What time is kick-off for Leinster vs Saracens?

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The game kicks off at 5pm on Saturday, May 11th.

Head-to-head

The two sides have met on three occasions in the tournament with Leinster winning each encounter.

The teams met in last year's quarter-final with the Irish province overcoming the English Premiership side 30-19.

Prior to that, their last meeting was in the 2010/11 pool stage. Leinster won 25-23 at Wembley in October 2011 and then 43-20 in January 2011.

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What is the Leinster team to play Saracens? 

Leinster:

15. Rob Kearney (208)
14. Jordan Larmour (36)
13. Garry Ringrose (62)
12. Robbie Henshaw (34)
11. James Lowe (27)
10. Johnny Sexton (157)
9. Luke McGrath (110)
1. Cian Healy (205)
2. Seán Cronin (170)
3. Tadhg Furlong (99)
4. Devin Toner (229)
5. James Ryan (28)
6. Scott Fardy (41)
7. Seán O’Brien (125)
8. Jack Conan (86)

Replacements:

16. James Tracy (91)
17. Jack McGrath (144)
18. Michael Bent (123)
19. Rhys Ruddock (158)
20. Max Deegan (43)
21. Hugh O’Sullivan (14)
22. Ross Byrne (69)
23. Rory O’Loughlin (60)

What is the Saracens team to play Leinster?

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Saracens:

15. Alex Goode (288)
14. Liam Williams (28)
13. Alex Lozowski (88)
12. Brad Barritt (243)
11. Sean Maitland (60)
10. Owen Farrell (190)
9. Ben Spencer (154)
1. Mako Vunipola (159)
2. Jamie George (216)
3. Titi Lamositele (74)
4. Will Skelton (57)
5. George Kruis (175)
6. Maro Itoje (110)
7. Jackson Wray (222)
8. Billy Vunipola (101)

Replacements:

16. Joe Gray (10)
17. Richard Barrington (168)
18. Vincent Koch (65)
19. Nick Isiekwe (61)
20. Schalk Burger (76)
21. Richard Wigglesworth (229)
22. Nick Tompkins (98)
23. David Strettle (154)

Who is refereeing the Champions Cup final?

Referee: Jérome Garcès (France)
Assistant Ref 1: Romain Poite (France)
Assistant Ref 2: Pascal Gauzère (France)
TMO: Philippe Bonhoure (France)

Picture credit: Sportsfile

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