Charlie Hodgson has been selected by Saracens to fly half for the Aviva premiership on Saturday to be against Newcastle Falcons held at Allianz Park.
Hodgson was fit though he made a late withdrawal in the last weekend they had lost to Sale Sharks. He is going to replace Alex Goode who will face Ireland on Sunday and is in the England team.
Mark MCall the head couch of Sarries has made some changes in his starting line up where Neil De Kock will partner at halfback for Hodgson. To accommodate the inclusion of Ben Ransom at full back, Chris Wyles is again going to the wing with Nick De Jager coming into the back row.
Draw from the Newcastle by Wasps which was by 23-23 occurring last weekend has made Dean Richards make five suitable changes before they leave for the trip of London. Josh Furno along with Kieran Brookes will be replaced by Kane Thompson and Juan Pablo Orlandi and changes in the hooker is also seen.
Hamstring injury forced Ally Hogg by which Will Welch had to start blind side. Final changes are also being made to the team with Alex Tait coming back to the full back position. With so many replacements it is to be seen how well the teams play in the upcoming matches. The preview gives all the spectators a chance to predict but even after the changes it is not possible to have a look at the entire game plan of both the teams which will be showed only when they play each other.
It will be a trying factor for both the teams under pressure but with new energy in the team will bring some kind of relief into the position of both the teams and their players as well as the coaches.