After the novelty of playing and winning the first Premiership game to be played overseas, Saracens face a considerable test against their London rivals.
Since 2009 Saracens have made Wembley Stadium a home from home in North London, taking to its hallowed turf to face the likes of Leicester Tigers, Toulouse and most recently London rivals Harlequins.
With 70,000 ticket already sold for this year’s upcoming fixture at Wembley Stadium the event, known in the Saracens calendar as Derby Day, is shaping up to be one of the best yet.
With a host of Six Nations stars, including 11 of England’s Grand Slam winning squad, set to take to the pitch the game is set to be a thriller between two sides looking to finish the season strongly and secure a place in the top four.
As well as the rugby Saracens will be joined by singers from Rock Choir and UK pop star Foxes who will be performing hits from her new album on the pitch before kick-off.
The internationals have bought a small stutter to the Saracens remarkable start to the season, but most people will expect normal service to be resumed against an inconsistent Harlequins team.
Harlequins recent defeats against Sale and Wasps have weakened any enthusiasm about a title bid and need to get back to winning ways as soon as possible.
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