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Heineken Champions Cup Final social media preview

Heineken Champions Cup Final social media preview

Gallagher Premiership Rugby’s Saracens are aiming to win a third Heineken Champions Cup, as they face Leinster in the climax of the competiton in Newcastle.

Last year’s domestic champions are looking to add to another European trophy haul, after winning the premier continental competition in back-to-back years in 2016 and 2017.

Mark McCall’s men have nine wins from nine in the competition so far in 2018/19 and are looking to make it a perfect 10 against the holders of the European trophy, who are also the PRO14 champions.

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Here we look at the best of the social as two domestic champions lock horns in the north east.

Saracens made the final with some devastating attacking rugby.

And one of their leaders has had his say.

One area where Sarries are well-stocked for choices is at No.9, with Ben Spencer and Richard Wigglesworth.

While two of their stars have been shortlisted for player of the tournament – Alex Goode and Mako Vunipola.

Both men feature in the starting XV, with the English champions naming 11 academy products in their 23-man squad.

Saracens opponents Leinster have touched down in Newcastle.

And they have named a formidable line-up of their own.

While they have their own story of making it to St James’ Park.

And if you need a reminder of what happened when Saracens previously made the final.

Here’s where it will all take place.

While here is what they are battling for.

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