We must show against Leinster what being a Saracen means, says Goode

  • Champions Cup may be Barritt’s and Wigglesworth’s last hurrah
  • Goode warns Saracens have harnessed anger over relegation

Saracens are looking to pour all the frustrations of the past year into one definitive 80-minute statement in their European quarter-final against Leinster on Saturday. The defending champions are also seeking to reproduce the levels of intensity that edged out the leading Irish province in the final last season.

If Saracens lose in Dublin it will be their last Champions Cup game for two years as a consequence of their relegation to the Championship for breaching the Premiership salary cap. It could also be a last hurrah for soon?to?retire senior players such as Brad Barritt and Richard Wigglesworth, and there is a powerful desire to help the pair to extend their careers by at least another week.

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