|Worcester: (9) 16|
|Try: Howe ConSearle Pens:Smith 3|
|Saracens: (17) 38|
|Tries: Malins 4, Earl, Segun ConsFarrell 3, M Vunipola|
Saracens secured second place in Premiership after Max Malins' four attempts helped them win comfortably at Worcester 38-16.
In the first quarter, Max Malins and Ben Earl scored Sarries tries while Rotimi Segun was penalized by Fin Smith with three.
Malins got a bonus points soon after the restart and a third with 22 mins to go.
He ran his fourth mile 13 minutes later than Tom Howe's late consolation attempt.
After beating Bristol, Saracens finished second in the Premiership with a bonus-point win.
Sarries only need one win in their last two games to secure second and a home semifinal in the play-offs, while Worcester remains second-from-bottom following Gloucester's defeat of Bath.
We will keep you posted.
Warriors: Heward; Humphreys O Morris Venter, Howe, Smith, Simpson, Sutherland and Annett Judge, Batley G Kitchener Hatherell 7 Hill (capt), Kvesic
Replacements: Miller, Waller, McCallum, A Kitchener, Lewis, Chudley, Searle, Beck.
Saracens: Malins, Segun, Daly Tompkins; Maitland, Farrell (capt), Davies. Mawi: George, Koch, Isiekwe McFarland. Christie. Earl.
Replacements: Pifeleti, Barrington, Clarey, Hunter-Hill, Wray, Van Zyl, Manu Vunipola, Taylor.
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