Saracens to say goodbye to Premiership before relegation to the second division and will have Juan Pablo Socino in the center of the court as a starter. The irregularities in the breach of the salary cap that cost him the reduction of points and relegated him to decline. The farewell will be against Bath on Sunday at Allianz Park.
For his rival it will not be another game since he is third in the standings with 65 points and in the last 80 minutes of the regular season urgently needs the win to reach the semifinals and not depend on the gait of Sale and Bristol who follow him at a point of difference.
In Saracens it will also be the farewell of several players, including Richard Wigglesworth who will join Sale. The scrum-half retires with five Premiership titles and three Champions Cups on his back.
SARACENS: 1- Richard Barrington, 2- Jamie George (c), 3- Vincent Koch, 4- Maro Itoje, 5- Tim Swinson, 6- Callum Hunter-Hill, 7- Jackson Wray, 8- Billy Vunipola; 9- Richard Wigglesworth, 10- Manu Vunipola; 11- Sean Maitland, 12- Juan Pablo Socino, 13- Dom Morris, 14- Alex Lewington; 15- Elliot Daly.
Alternates: 16- Tom Woolstencroft, 17- Sam Crean, 18- Alec Clarey, 19- Joel Kpoku, 20- Janco Venter, 21- Aled Davies, 22- Harry Sloan, 23- Rotimi According to.
BATH: 1- Beno Obano, 2- Tom Dunn, 3- Will Stuart; 4- Josh McNally, 5- Charlie Ewels (c); 6- Mike Williams, 7- Sam Underhill, 8- Taulupe Faletau; 9- Ben Spencer, 10- Rhys Priestland; 11- Ruridh McConnochie, 12- Josh Matavesi, 13- Jonathan Joseph, 14- Semesa Rokoduguni; 15- Anthony Watson.
Alternates: 16- Jack Walker, 17- Lewis Boyce, 18- Christian Judge, 19- Will Spencer, 20- Miles Reid, 21- Will Chudley, 22- Cameron Redpath, 23- Joe Cokanasiga.