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Leinster play Saracens in the European Champions Cup final this Saturday.
Leinster go into the game looking to retain their title and become European champions for a record fifth time.
This year’s game takes place at St James’ Park in Newcastle.
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Where to watch Leinster vs Saracens?
The game will be broadcast free to air on Virgin Media One. Their coverage begins at 4pm. It will also be shown on Channel 4 with their coverage beginning at 4:30pm.
It will be broadcast live on BT Sport 2 with coverage starting at 4pm.
What time is kick-off for Leinster vs Saracens?
The game kicks off at 5pm on Saturday, May 11th.
The two sides have met on three occasions in the tournament with Leinster winning each encounter.
The teams met in last year’s quarter-final with the Irish province overcoming the English Premiership side 30-19.
Prior to that, their last meeting was in the 2010/11 pool stage. Leinster won 25-23 at Wembley in October 2011 and then 43-20 in January 2011.
What is the Leinster team to play Saracens?
What is the Saracens team to play Leinster?
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Europe’s two most consistent teams do battle in this year’s Champions Cup final as Saracens take on Leinster.
The match pits holders and 2018 Pro14 champions Leinster against last season’s Gallagher Premiership champions Saracens, with both club aiming to add to their haul of continental honours.
Sky Sports provides you with the ultimate guide to the showdown, which takes place at Newcastle’s St James’ Park on Saturday, with kick-off at 5pm.
Which club has final pedigree?
Saracens last won the Champions Cup in 2017
Both clubs have enjoyed plenty of success in domestic and European competitions in recent years, with Saracens emerging as a force in the English game during the past decade.
Their first major domestic honour was the old Tetley’s Bitter Cup in 1998, but since 2011 they have won the Premiership four times and added the European Champions Cup to their honours list with back-to-back wins in 2016 and 2017.
Those victories followed a 23-6 defeat to Toulon on their first final appearance in 2014.
During the same period, Leinster have also dominated on the European scene, winning the top European prize four times since 2009 – not to mention having an unbeaten record in those games.