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Northampton Saints v Saracens: How to watch, TV channel, head-to-head stats & team news

Two contenders for the Premiership title go head-to-head on Friday night as Northampton Saints host Saracens at Franklin's Gardens.

Saints saw their impressive 10-match winning run in all competitions come to an end at Bristol Bears last time out and will be determined to bounce back on home turf.

Saracens will be full of confidence as they head to the East Midlands on the back of a 52-7 rout against Harlequins.

Northampton Saints v Saracens

How to watch Northampton Saints v Saracens and TV Channel

Northampton Saints v Saracens will be available to watch on TNT Sports Extra and discovery+.

Northampton Saints v Saracens kick-off time, date and venue

Northampton Saints v Saracens will be played at Franklin’s Gardens with kick-off at 19:45 on Friday 29th March 2024.

Northampton Saints v Saracens stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Northampton Saints

23

Tie

1

Saracens

34

These sides have both had recent success in this fixture, with Northampton winning two and Saracens three of the last five Premiership meetings between the teams.

Northampton came out on top 18-12 in the meeting between these teams earlier in the current Premiership campaign at StoneX Stadium.

Saints also won 38-29 the last time Sarries visited Franklin's Gardens in April 2023.

Read our Northampton Saints v Saracens Prediction, Tips & Odds article here

Northampton Saints team news

Northampton’s England stars George Furbank, Alex Mitchell and Tommy Freeman were rested last week after their efforts in the Six Nations, but are set for a return on Friday night.

Callum Braley, Tom James, Elliot Millar Mills and Tom Seabrook were all unavailable for the Bristol game and the arrival of Sarries might come too soon for these players.

Saracens team news

England captain Jamie George looks set to start after being named on the bench for the impressive win over Harlequins last time out.

Scotland back-rower Andy Christie will also be pushing for a start after he was also named on the bench for the victory over Quins at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

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