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Summary

  1. More than 130,000 spectators attend two matches at Twickenham and Wembley
  2. Exeter and Saracens secure play-off spots with wins
  3. FT: Saracens 40-19 Harlequins at Wembley
  4. FT: Exeter 38-34 Bristol
  5. FT: Bath 27-21 Leicester at Twickenham

Live Reporting

By Nathan Middleton and Andrew Aloia

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    That is about it from us today.

    Thanks for any of your company during a mammoth day of rugby.

    Tomorrow, Wasps take on Northampton at 15:00 BST and like every single Premiership game, we will have live text and radio commentary here on BBC Sport.

    Wasps, Exeter and Saracens are confirmed in the play-offs, only one more team can join them.

    Enjoy your Saturday night and the rest of your weekend.

  2. Saturday's results

    Twickenham

    So all three games done and dusted for this Saturday. Here is what happened:

    • Bath 27-21 Leicester
    • Exeter 38-34 Bristol
    • Saracens 40-19 Harlequins
  3. Post update

    FT: Saracens 40-19 Harlequins

    Saracens centre Duncan Taylor told BT Sport: "It's always a great day at Wembley, The pitch was unbelievable and the weather was great for running rugby.

    "Our defence was spot on today and it was a good game. 

    "We had to make sure we came out of the blocks as they have individuals that can do something out of nothing.

    "We ended up going for it at the end at going for that bonus point." 

  4. Full-time

    Saracens 40-19 Harlequins

    A try bonus-point for the champions at Wembley.

    That secures their place in the play-offs at the end of the season, now they will want to secure a home semi-final.

    Harlequins tried, the effort was there, but they were beaten by a much better team on the day.

  5. Try (Goode, con Farrell)

    Saracens 40-19

    Alex Goode

    And there it is! Alex Goode goes over four the try bonus point.

    As slick a move that has happened today - Owen Farrell to the line, Michael Rhodes takes it on and finds Goode when they get two on one.

    Farrell adds another couple to stay at 100% and take his tally to 20 points.

  6. Try (Goode)

    Saracens 38-19 Harlequins

  7. Post update

    Saracens 33-19 Harlequins

    Just over three minutes to go.

    Saracens need a forth try for a bonus point.

    Harlequins need a try for a losing bonus point.

  8. Try (Horwill, con Swiel)

    Saracens 33-19 Harlequins

    JH

    They have battered away at the Saracens defence all afternoon but eventually James Horwill has the strength to power over from five metres.

    It won't affect the result but credit Quins for still going.

  9. Try (Horwill)

    Saracens 33-17 Harlequins

  10. Try (Rhodes, con Farrell)

    Saracens 33-12 Harlequins

    So clincical when they get half an opening.

    It all came from Maro Itoje's steal at the line-out, the ball is worked to Michael Rhodes who carries in two hands and hits a gap and then bursts through it with no one laying a finger on him.

    Owen Farrell converts their third try.

  11. Try (Rhodes)

    Saracens 31-12 Harlequins

    Michael Rhodes
  12. Post update

    Saracens 26-12 Harlequins

    Saracens captain Brad Barritt is taken off with blood gushing from his nose.

    On the pitch his team steal a Harlequins line-out and look to attack.

  13. Penalty (Farrell)

    Saracens 26-12 Harlequins

    Owen Farrell

    When he is striking the ball like this, there are not many better in the world from a kicking tee.

    This is Owen Farrell's longest kick of the season and it had legs to be taken from even further back. 

    Long, long way back for Quins.

  14. Post update

    Saracens 23-12 Harlequins

    Not the most open at contests at all, but Saracens just feel in complete control of everything they're doing, including the pace of the game.

  15. Post update

    Saracens 23-12 Harlequins

    The game is stopped as Quins Tim Visser is down receiving treatment for what is looking like a head or neck injury - whatever it is the physio team are being very, very careful with him.

    Thankfully he gets to his feet off his own steam and walks off.

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    Over 60,000 Twickenham, over 70,000 at Wembley = over 130,000 over two Premiership games.

    But are these league ties good for the game? Or just for show?

    Use #bbcrugby for your thoughts.

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  17. Penalty (Farrell)

    Saracens 23-12 Harlequins

    Owen Farrell doing what he does and Saracens doing what they do.

    He keeps his kicking record at 100% to extend their lead to 14 points again.

  18. Post update

    Saracens 20-12 Harlequins

    Joe Marchant

    This half has been nearly 20 minutes of Harlequins attacking, going through phases but not really doing much with ball in hand.

    Kyle Sinckler has added some oopmh since coming on for Quins but they're not making big dents.

    If I tell you a Mexican wave has broken out, it will hive you an idea of the spectacle right now.

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  19. Post update

    Saracens 20-12 Harlequins

    Saracens seem to have some possession after a good chunk of defending, but after a couple of phases concede a penalty as the Quins forwards counter rucked and then took the ball.

  20. Post update

    Saracens 20-12 Harlequins

    A long stoppage in play as a few players get treatment on knocks. 

    We get back underway as Jamie Goerge throws in a line-out for Saracens after coming on as a replacement. Eddie Jones, of course, refers to him as a finisher.