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Saracens’ hopes of defending their Champions Cup suffered a blow with defeat at Munster

Coach Mark McCall made nine changes as Saracens’ hopes of defending their European Champions Cup title were dealt a blow after a 10-3 defeat at Munster on Saturday.

The English champions, who have been fined and deducted points in the Premiership for salary cap irregularities, rested England’s Owen Farrell as well as Billy and Mako Vunipola for the bonus point loss.

It leaves them third in the Pool 4 standings, five points behind the Irish province and six behind Racing 92 before hosting the two-time winners next Saturday.

In the other game in the group the French club hammered 14-man Ospreys 40-19 to remain top thanks to a bonus point for scoring four or more tries.

On the Irish west coast, the only points of a tense opening quarter came from a JJ Han

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