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BRAD BARRITT'S Saracens are bidding to take control of their Heineken Cup pool against twotime champs Munster today. A win would give them one foot in the quarter-finals - and revenge for last weekend's 15-9 reverse in Limerick.

The South African centre said: "It would be a major step forward. You can never count your chickens but this will put the team that wins in the power seat for the group.

"At this time of the season what wins games is the team that's most hungry, most physical and most clinical. Unfortunately, at the weekend, we got several components of our game wrong.

"We weren't as great as we have been in the set piece, as a result we didn't get much ball and put ourselves under pressure."
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The People (London, England)
Date:Dec 16, 2012
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