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Saracens rugby club is offering up free beer if one of its players score a try for England or Scotland when they clash in the Six Nations this Saturday.

The London-based club hosts a double-header they've dubbed Super Saturday this weekend, with their Premiership game against London Irish followed by live coverage of the international match in Edinburgh. 

Less than 1000 tickets remain for entry into Allianz Park in NW4. 

"It's going to be a great rugby day at a great rugby venue and, with so many Saracens players included in the England and Scotland squads, we're going to celebrate with our supporters." stadium director Gordon Banks told "Free pints of Saracens Ale will be served for five minutes after any Saracens player scores a try at Murrayfield. It will be a lot of fun."

Players to keep an eye on for England are Owen Farrell, Billy Vunipola, Mako Vunipola, Alex Goode and Brad Barritt while Sarries' captain Kelly Brown and Duncan Taylor are expected to be in action for underdogs Scotland. 

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Free beer for watching rugby in London this Saturday!
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