Saracens will be hoping home form pays dividends as they host their London rivals and reigning champs Harlequins in this Gallagher Premiership last four clash. Sarries have been excellent on home turf this season having won four of their last five games at the StoneX Stadium, and have also won their last ten matches at home against their opponents here. Read on as we explain how to get a Saracens vs Harlequins live stream and watch this Gallagher Premiership rugby semi-final from anywhere in the world.
Harlequins have meanwhile earned a reputation as the comeback kings of the Premiership this season with some thrilling never-say-die performances. But that battling spirit appears to have run dry during the tail end of the season, with Quins winning just four of their last nine games in all competitions.
With a sold out 10,500 crowd set to create an intimidating atmosphere for the visitors, as well facing an in-form side with an imperious kicking game, the odds appear stacked against Harlequins - but can they rekindle the spirit that saw them win last year's title?
The stage is set, so follow our guide as we explain all the ways to get a Saracens vs Harlequins live stream wherever you are right now.
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Watch a Saracens vs Harlequins live stream in the US
Rugby fans based in the US can tune into the Premiership on NBC's Peacock TV streaming service.
You'll need to sign up for the Peacock Premium tier, which costs just $4.99 a month and can be cancelled at any time. Away from the States right now?
As well as Premiership rugby, Peacock Premium offers loads of other great content, including Premier League soccer, WWE and 20,000 hours of content featuring brilliant Peacock Originals like Brave New World, The Capture, and Intelligence.
Kick off for this semi-final in the US is at 8.30am ET / 5.30am PT.
How to watch Saracens vs Harlequins from outside your country
If you're abroad this weekend and try to access your usual domestic stream of the rugby, you'll find that you can't. This is because of something called geo-blocking, which restricts content to a specific area or country.
You can get around this by using a VPN, which allows you to virtually relocate your laptop, phone or streaming device back to your country of residence - thereby regaining access to all the streaming services and content you normally enjoy at home.
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How to watch Saracens vs Harlequins: live stream Premiership Rugby semi-final in the UK
BT Sport is the exclusive boadcaster of Premiership rugby in the UK, with this crunch match being shown live on BT Sport 1.
Coverage begins at 1pm BST ahead of kick-off at 1.30pm BST.
Don't forget that BT now offers a £25 Monthly Pass, so you can get all that BT Sport goodness without a long-term commitment.
The BT Sport app will also let subscribers watch the rugby on any number of devices, including mobiles, tablets, consoles and smart TVs.
Not in the UK right now? No worries - residents of the country can just download and install a VPN to port themselves back home to a UK location - more info below.
Can I watch a Saracens vs Harlequins live stream in Australia?
We've looked and looked (and looked) and can't quite believe our eyes - it doesn't seem as though there's a single way that you can watch this Premiership semi-final Down Under.
That means the only way that we can recommend is to get yourself a trusted VPN and tune in via another nation's broadcast, Although it's worth noting that some of them may require local credit card details to pay and login.
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