11:20 26 May 2011
The end of season finale at Twickenham will be a repeat of last years with Leicester Tigers taking on Saracens. Saracens will be after revenge having lost 33-27 in a thrilling game.
They have also achieved a first ever league double over the Tigers this season, so they know what it takes to beat the Midlands outfit.
Leicester Tigers, who will play in a seventh successive Premiership final, are chasing an 8th Premiership crown and a 10th English League title.
Leicester are also attempting to tie London Wasps in gaining three consecutive Premiership final victories. The Tigers have topped the Aviva Premiership Rugby table since round 12 and overcame Northampton at Welford Road in the semi-final.
Saracens are out to obtain a first ever English league title and will be hoping to add to their one previous piece of major silverware; the 1998 Tetley's Bitter Cup.
Sarries are in the midst of their best ever Premiership run of eleven successive victories and another win would put only Leicester ahead in this category, when they recorded 17 wins on the bounce in 1999-2000.
The Tigers also took the only other final they have played against Saracens: 27-20 after extra time in the 2003 Zurich Wildcard at Franklin's Gardens.
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