Saracens continued their fine form on Sunday afternoon with a comfortable win over Glasgow to seal a place in European Champions Cup semi-final where they’ll meet Munster in 20 days time.
Owen Farrell kicked 18 points in the 38-13 win and was crowned man of the match after the game for another imperious performance from out-half.
However, his involvement in the titanic clash with Rassie Erasmus’ side could be in doubt after he got into a scrap with Glasgow flanker Ryan Wilson.
Although there doesn’t appear to be a huge amount in it, it takes less and less these days to earn a citing. With the game against Munster in the Aviva Stadium less than three weeks away, it wouldn’t take much to see him miss out. If any fists are seen to be thrown by the Lions hopeful, he will most certainly miss the trip to Dublin.
Check out the incident below.
Farrell has a switch and he will just lose it (See Brits fight in Lions)… Should NOT be Lions or England captain ever… Poor temperament. pic.twitter.com/T1QwyitaEW
— RugbyInsideLine (@RugbyInsideLine) April 2, 2017
As the tweet above eludes to, it’s not the first time the 25-year-old has lost his cool during a game.
With or without Farrell, the visit of Sarries will be a very tough test for Munster, regardless of their excellent recent form or their impressive win over Toulouse yesterday evening.