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Following a triumphant campaign in the 2018/19 European Champions Cup, Saracens will be hoping to replicate their success when the final rolls into Marseille in May 2020.

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The Saracens ‘wolf pack’ will enter the 2020 tournament as many punters favourites, due to their incredible squad depth and ferocious attacking ability. However, if Saracens are to defend their European title, they will have to do it the hard way after being drawn in the ‘group of death’. Alongside the reigning champions, the pool sees them pitted against two-time champions Munster, Parisian giants Racing Metro and the only Welsh side to qualify, Ospreys.

Saracens will relish the away matches at prestigious rugby stadiums such as Thomond Park, La Defense Arena and the Liberty Stadium, knowing that they are capable of qualifying from the pool of death unbeaten. With their 100% record in the 2018/19 campaign, Saracens are rightfully the most feared side in Europe, and will still fully expect to win every match this time around.

Saracens Heineken Cup fixtures

Although specific fixtures are yet to be announced, the provisional match dates are:

Round 5: 10/11/12 January 2020
Round 6: 17/18/19 January 2020

Quarter-finals: 3/4/5 April 2020
Semi-finals: 1/2/3/ May 2020
Final: Saturday 23rd May 2020

What is Saracens Heineken Champions Cup squad?

Saracens are likely to have a very similar squad to their victorious 2018/19 winning side. Players likely to feature in the upcoming season include:

  1. Mako Vunipola
  2. Jamie George
  3. Titi Lamositele
  4. Will Skelton
  5. George Kruis
  6. Maro Itoje
  7. Jackson Wray
  8. Billy Vunipola
  9. Ben Spencer
  10. Owen Farrell
  11. Sean Maitland
  12. Brad Barritt
  13. Alex Lozowski
  14. Liam Williams
  15. Alex Goode

Subs: Joe Gray, Richard Barrington, Vincent Koch, Nick Isiekwe, Schalk Burger, Richard Wigglesworth, Nick Tompkins, David Strettle.

How many times have Saracens won the Heineken Champions Cup?

Saracens have lifted the famous trophy on three occasions, all of which coming in the last four years. Mark McCall’s side have become a powerhouse of European rugby, and there's no doubt that they will hope to lift their fourth title to match - a feat only reached by Leinster and Toulouse.

What are the odds of Saracens winning the 2020 Heineken Champions Cup?

As of June 2019, Saracens are 15/8 favourites to win the 2020 Champions Cup with Leinster, the team they narrowly defeated in last year’s final, second favourites at 9/4 (via Bet 365).

Saracen's Heineken Champions Cup hospitality packages

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