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RUGBY UNION: Saracens v London Welsh
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Full time: Saracens 35, Welsh 14
Strettle try, converted by Hodgson for 35-14
George held up for Welsh, then Henson try ruled out for crossing
Hodgson misses conversion, but Sarries lead 28-14
Fraser squeezes over in the corner for Sarries
Hodgson hits post with penalty
Some steady attacking yields Welsh a penalty, which Henson slots for 23-14
Hodgson converts for 23-11
Tomkins finishes off slick try for Sarries
Welsh now back up to 15 men
Second half under way. Welsh back up to 14 men with MacKenzie returning.
Half-time: Saracens 16, Welsh 11
Henson drop goal off the cross bar!
Hodgson penalty for 16-8
Henson kicks a penalty for 13-8
Welsh now down to 13 men!
Bristow yellow-carded for pulling down maul
Penalty try for Saracens, converted by Hodson. Sarries 13, Welsh 5
MacKenzie sin-binned for Welsh
Seb Stegmann scores opportunist try on Welsh debut. Sarries lead 6-5
Welsh fail to secure possession at the base of a scrum and are penalised for going off their feet, but Hodgson misses penalty.
Saracens earn another close-range penalty as Welsh don't roll away in the tackle and Hodgson slots for 6-0
Saracens close to first try, but Wray knocks on. Welsh win scrum penalty to relieve pressure.
Tyson Keats's box kick charged down in first minute and Saracens earn penalty, slotted by Charlie Hodsgon. 3-0
We're under way
The Exiles' last Premiership win was on December 1 against London Irish. Victory today would be nothing short of sensational. Kick off is a 2.15pm.
Welsh have the spectre of Tuesday's RFU hearing into fielding an ineligible player hanging over them, but can they raise their spirits with a strong display at Saracens? The home side will go top of the Aviva Premiership if they win today.
Welsh were forced into a late change after talismanic French prop Franck Montanella failed a fitness test.
Tom Bristow comes in at loose-head, with Billy Moss named on the bench.
Seb Stegmann makes his debut at left wing after joining from Harlequins.
For Saracens, Alistair Hargreaves comes in as a late replacement for George Kruis at lock.
It is also the third successive match that Saracens had sold out the 10,000 capacity since moving to their new Allianz Park ground.
London Welsh take another step into the unknown today by playing on Saracens' new artificial pitch at Allianz Park. Whatever the result today, they will not be bottom at the final whistle.