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The big guns may have been absent but Saracens still came out firing in Limerick and almost pulled off a remarkable result against a full-strength Munster side.
The European champions left six of their frontliners back home for this assignment but they were more than a match for their fully-loaded hosts for the duration of this rain-soaked slugfest. The return meeting at Allianz Park on Saturday should be interesting as Saracens have inflicted plenty of pain on Munster in recent times. Maro Itoje was one of just three big Saracens starred that played in their loss to Munster. Rooted to the bottom of the Premiership on , they now face an almighty battle to preserve their top-flight status this season.
They should achieve that goal in the coming months but seemingly their European exploits were shelved to focus on domestic matters. Recent World Cup finalists one and all. Despite those seismic omissions, Saracens' mainly second-string side still included star players such as Maro Itoje, Will Skelton and Brad Barritt and they sucked Munster into a real dogfight.
Peter O'Mahony scored the only try of the game in a tight affair in Limerick. With their famed 'Wolfpack' blitz defence to the fore, they made life desperately awkward for Munster all afternoon. In fact, it was Saracens who made the early statement with Skelton and Itoje making their presence felt in a promising early raid. Munster mixed the sublime with the ridiculous throughout a patchy first 40 minutes.
There were passages of quality punctuated by basic errors and set-piece blunders. As Munster built early pressure, the decibel levels rose, but Stephen Archer spilled the ball as he got ready to make a charge, putting an end to an ominous attack. But an 18th-minute penalty from JJ Hanrahan was some reward for their hard work and endeavour.