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    23 May 2023

    Max Malins: Saracens star eager to rectify previous shortcomings in upcoming Premiership final.

    Saracens’ Max Malins is Focused on Winning the Premiership Final Against Sale

    In a recent interview with bewinner, Saracens wing Max Malins revealed that he has “unfinished business” going into the upcoming Premiership final against Sale. This will be his last match for the club before moving to Bristol Bears, and he’s determined to end his time at Sarries on a high note.

    The 26-year-old England international was part of the Saracens side that lost to Leicester in last year’s final. He said, “Last year was pretty hard to take…I feel like I need this for myself. I’ve yet to play in a Premiership final and win. It’s a massive motivation.”

    Although Malins made his debut for Saracens in 2017, he wasn’t part of the matchday squads that won back-to-back titles in 2017-18 and 2018-19 with victories over Exeter Chiefs. The north London club were then relegated due to breaches of salary cap rules but secured an immediate return by winning the Championship title while Malins spent last season on loan at Bristol.

    Motivation is High After Losing Play-off Semi-final Last Season

    Last season with Bristol Bears saw them finish top of their table before losing their playoff semi-final against Harlequins dramatically after leading by 28 points early in the game! Reflecting on this experience gives Max additional motivation heading into Saturday’s final.

    Buzzing With Positivity Ahead of Premiership Final

    Malins said, “These are the games we set our sights on at the start of the season. For us to go through this whole season, put ourselves in position in semi-final, win it and play in this game is massive.” There’s nothing but positivity among Saracens squad before their return to Twickenham.

    Saracens Veteran Billy Vunipola Out with Injury

    A notable absentee from Saturday’s final will be injured Saracens stalwart Billy Vunipola. The 30-year-old number eight has had knee surgery after being carried off during Champions Cup quarter-final defeat by eventual winners La Rochelle last month. Although he was omitted from England’s Six Nations squad under new coach Steve Borthwick, head coach Mark McCall says that Billy may have a chance of being available for England at the World Cup in September.

    The stakes are high going into Saturday’s final as both teams aim to lift their second ever Premiership title. Will Max Malins’ strong determination help him end his time with Sarries on a high note? Only time will tell!


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