|Venue: StoneX Stadium Date: Saturday, 11 June Kick-off: 13:30 BST Protection: Updates on BBC native radio and reside scores on the BBC Sport web site|
Quins make two modifications from the aspect that misplaced a 13-try thriller at Exeter.
The winners will face both Leicester or Northampton within the last at Twickenham every week on Saturday, 18 June.
It’s Saracens’ first play-off sport since they beat Exeter to win the 2019 Premiership last.
Saracens ‘again the place they need to be’
After making 15 modifications for a 54-7 loss at Gloucester final week., they recall a bunch of international stars together with England quartet Mako and Billy Vunipola, Maro Itoje and Jamie George, and Springbok World Cup-winning prop Vincent Koch.
Welsh scrum-half Aled Davies joins Farrell at half-back with Alex Goode, Sean Maitland, Elliot Daly and Nick Tompkins additionally returning to the backline alongside Max Malins.
“It is one thing we have been occupied with or aspiring to be on this place for the final 18 months or so,” George advised BBC Radio London.
“To be again in it, it is the place we need to be, it is the place we really feel most snug, it is the place we really feel most assured and customarily it brings one of the best out of us.
“Issues are wanting fairly just like years earlier than. The depth of coaching’s elevated, as ever, however on the similar time there is a actually good feeling within the camp.
Champions Quins ‘will stand their floor’
A yr in the past Quins gained a dramatic semi-final 43-36 in additional time at table-topping Bristol.
They carried that momentum into the ultimate every week later to beat much-fancied Exeter at Twickenham as Lynagh scored two late tries in a see-saw battle.
Whereas Saracens opted to relaxation their frontline gamers final week, Quins deployed most of theirs at Sandy Park, having performed simply as soon as for the reason that finish of April.
All eyes might be on fly-half Marcus Smith because the 23-year-old goes head-to-head with England team-mate Farrell.
Eleven of the beginning aspect featured in final season’s Twickenham last, and there may be expertise aplenty supplied by Joe Marler, Danny Care, Stephan Lewies and Alex Dombrandt.
“We all know it is going to be a ferocious environment on the sector,” Harlequins’ assault coach Nick Evans advised BBC Radio London.
“You take a look at the way in which Sarries play, they love that confrontation led by Owen (Farrell), however we’re anticipating that and we’ll stand our floor.
“The fellows have talked about what that appears like and what we have to do, and when these sorts of issues occur.
“It is that managed aggression, and presently of the season playing cards can actually value you. We had one within the last final yr which we acquired away with, however towards a group like Sarries, for those who’re all the way down to 14 males it is going to make it very onerous.
Saracens: Goode; Maitland, Daly, Tompkins, Malins; Farrell (capt), Davies; M Vunipola, George, Koch, Itoje, Swinson, McFarland, Earl, B Vunipola.
Replacements: Pifeleti, Mawi, Clarey, Isiekwe, Christie, Van Zyl, Lozowski, Taylor.
Harlequins: Jones; Inexperienced, Marchant, Esterhuizen, Murley; Smith, Care; Marler, Walker, Collier, Symons, Tizard, Lewies (capt), Evans, Dombrandt.
Replacements: Grey, Kerrod, Louw, Jurevicius, Lawday, Gjaltema, Allan, Northmore.
Referee: Luke Pearce