Nizaam Carr got on the scoresheet as Wasps handed Saracens a 60-10 thrashing in the 11th round of the English Premiership on Friday.
Beleaguered English and European champions Saracens are set to lose at least six England internationals following the club’s relegation from the Premiership.
The reported marquee fixture between the Springboks and relegated Premiership side Saracens looks unlikely to take place according to reports in England.
England lock Maro Itoje said being thrust into the spotlight during the Saracens’ salary cap scandal felt like an invasion of his privacy.
Defending European champion Saracens will stay in the Champions Cup after avoiding further sanction beyond a fine for fielding an ineligible player.
Saracens have been handed a further 70-point deduction on the same day that interim CEO Edward Griffiths resigned from his role at the club.
Saracens are apparently in talks with SA Rugby over a potential fixture against the Springboks in London next year.
Former Saracens owner Nigel Wray has apologised to fans for their heartache at the club’s relegation as a result of his ‘ill-considered approach’ to the salary cap regulations.
Saracens breached the Premiership salary cap through property ventures involving star players Maro Itoje, Billy and Mako Vunipola and Chris Ashton.
The Money Man sits down with Mark Keohane and Ryan Vrede to reflect on Vodacom SuperHero Sunday, before looking at the Stormers’ Super Rugby chances in 2020 and Saracens’ relegation from the Premiership.