Friday, 14 September 2012

Teams named for Wembley Millionaire Match!

At Wembley on Saturday afternoon one fan will get the chance the win a million pounds, all they have to do is catch three high balls in row.  While still holding the first two!

Whether Saracens are going to pepper Geordan Murphy with enough balls for him to be eligible is yet to be seen.

Tigers make 2 changes, again swapping the props, from the bonus point victory at home to Worcester with Logovi'i Mulipola replacing Boris Stankovitch and Dan Cole replacing Martin Castrogiovanni.  On the bench George Chuter replaces Rob Hawkins.

15 Geordan Murphy (c)
14 Scott Hamilton
13 Manusamoa Tuilagi
12 Anthony Allen
11 Vereniki Goneva
10 Toby Flood
9 Sam Harrison
1 Logovi'i Mulipola
2 Tom Youngs
3 Dan Cole
4 Graham Kitchener
5 Geoff Parling
6 Steve Mafi
7 Julian Salvi
8 Thomas Waldrom

16 George Chuter
17 Boris Stankovich
18 Martin Castrogiovanni
19 Rob Andrew
20 Jordan Crane
21 Patrick Phibbs
22 George Ford
23 Matt Smith

Saracens on the other hand are more trusting in their squad and make 5 changes with Neil "the Cock" De Kock replacing Richard Wigglesworth, Owen Farrell replacing Charge-Down Charlie Hodgson, bear like Carlos Nieto replacing, ahem, "Lancastrian"  Petrus Du Plessis, Jackson Wray replaces fellow young gun Will Fraser and 2011 final try scorer James Short replaces American winger Chris Wyles.  


15 Alex Goode
14 Chris Ashton
13 Joel Tomkins
12 Brad Barritt
11 James Short
10 Owen Farrell
9 Neil de Kock
1 Mako Vunipola
2 Schalk Brits
3 Carlos Nieto
4 Steve Borthwick ©
5 Mouritz Botha
6 Kelly Brown
7 Jackson Wray
8 Ernst Joubert

16 John Smit
17 Rhys Gill
18 Petrus du Plessis
19 Alistair Hargreaves
20 Will Fraser
21 Richard Wigglesworth
22 Charlie Hodgson
23 Chris Wyles

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