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Summary

  1. Saracens' win ensures they top group and earn home tie in quarter-finals
  2. Spencer, Koch, B Vunipola, Itoje & Skelton tries for Saracens
  3. Seymour, Price & Wilson score tries for Glasgow
  4. Warriors qualified as one of three best runners-up
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Live Reporting

By Bryn Palmer

All times stated are UK

  1. Thank you and goodbye

    FT: Saracens 38-19 Glasgow

    So Saracens march on. Their England contingent will now turn their thoughts to Six Nations business, with a training camp in Portugal this week, and the small matter of an opening match against reigning champions Ireland in Dublin a fortnight today.

    Full-back Liam Williams, meanwhile, will join the Wales camp as they prepare to face France in the Six Nations opener on 1 February.

    Glasgow's 18-strong Scotland contingent - including Jonny Gray, Sam Johnson and Ryan Wilson, who were all forced off today - will start turning their thoughts towards Italy in their opening game on 2 February.

    If you want to follow more of today's Champions Cup matches, you can listen to commentary of Leicester v Ulster, which is just about to start, with Munster v Exeter Chiefs to follow later at 17:30.

    Thanks for your company today. Until the next time...

  2. Post update

    FT: Saracens 38-19 Glasgow

    Rory Lawson

    Former Scotland captain on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Glasgow's players have shown that they can come and compete with the continent's best. Their line-out needs to be more accurate to take Saracens right to the death though.

  3. Full-time - Saracens 38-19 Glasgow

    Tremendous performance by Saracens, who have won all six of their pool games and booked a home quarter-final as top seeds.

    The question now is who they'll face in the last eight.

    We won't know that until the final games in Pool Two and Pool Four are complete later today, and Leinster and Toulouse complete their games in Pool One tomorrow.

    Glasgow are currently the sixth seeds, but could well end up eighth, which would mean a return to Allianz Park.

  4. Converted Try - Saracens 38-19 Glasgow

    Will Skelton

    That feels a bit harsh on Warriors, who have thrown everything into this, despite the scoreline.

    But Will Skelton is a very big man, and ultimately has too much power.

    Alex Lozowski adds the conversion.

  5. Post update

    Saracens 31-19 Glasgow

    We're into the last knockings now and it's Saracens pushing for a fifth try...

  6. Post update

    Saracens 31-19 Glasgow

    Glasgow are trying to punch it up from right on their own line. It's a long way to a fourth try for the visitors from here.

  7. No try

    Saracens 31-19 Glasgow

    Saracens are denied a fifth try, for the time being, but they kick a penalty to the corner and Maro Itoje takes it cleanly.

    They launch themselves at the Glasgow line, but it's lost forward and Adam Ashe pounces on it for Warriors.

  8. Try review

    Saracens 31-19 Glasgow

    It looks like replacement prop Richard Barrington may have got over the line, but has Glasgow lock Tim Swinson got himself underneath it?

  9. Post update

    Saracens 31-19 Glasgow

    Glasgow have not thrown in the towel just yet; they're still looking or a fourth try here.

    But wait, Sarries are away and Maro Itoje is going through his whole box of tricks now. A one-handed dummy here, a goose-steo there.

    Bit of a pause while the ref looks at a replay of a tackle from George Horne on Alex Lozowski, who is dumped on his backside by Glasgow's replacement scrum-half.

  10. 'Improved handling from Sarries forwards'

    Saracens 31-19 Glasgow

    Will Fraser

    Former Saracens flanker on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    The onus in the last few years at Saracens has been on improving the forwards' handling. Not a single back touched the ball in the final two phases leading up to that try for Maro Itoje.

  11. Post update

    Saracens 31-19 Glasgow

    Rory Lawson

    Former Scotland captain on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Glasgow just never looked like breaking the Saracens defence as they tried to play from their own half.

  12. Converted Try - Saracens 31-19 Glasgow

    Maro Itoje

    That'll be a no then. Or a yes to the second part of the question.

    Great handling from Saracens' front five, with Jamie George releasing giant lock Will Skelton and the replacement feeding a charging Maro Itoje to dive over.

    Alex Lozowski adds the conversion, and that should be that.

  13. Post update

    Saracens 24-19 Glasgow

    Is there to be a late twist in this game? Or will Saracens see this one out and book a home quarter-final...possibly against Glasgow?

  14. Post update

    Saracens 24-19 Glasgow

    Last throw of the dice from Glasgow, who throw on live-wire scrum-half George Horne and maverick wing Niko Matawalu, Ali Price and Tommy Seymour making way.

    Christian Judge is also on at tight-head for Saracens.

  15. Post update

    Saracens 24-19 Glasgow

    Nick Tompkins cuts inside off the left flank and finds Liam Williams motoring through a hole on a gorgeous line.

    The Wales full-back takes Sarries up to the Glasgow 22, but the move breaks down as Warriors scramble well.

  16. Missed penalty

    Saracens 24-19 Glasgow

    Alex Lozowski has a chance to end the scoring 'drought' with a penalty attempt from 45m.

    The replacement has the distance, but is just wide of the uprights.

  17. Post update

    Saracens 24-19 Glasgow

    Remarkably, after six tries and 43 points inside the first 30 minutes, we've now gone 30 minutes without a point being scored.

    But this game is still finely poised, both sides going hard at it, with Glasgow still in with an outside chance of denying Saracens denying top spot.

  18. Post update

    Saracens 24-19 Glasgow

    Rory Lawson

    Former Scotland captain on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    What a statement from the Glasgow pack! That was big. They have bought themselves a lifeline with that huge scrum.

  19. Post update

    Saracens 24-19 Glasgow

    Glasgow win a penalty at the scrum, driving the Saracens front row up!

    And now it's all kicking off, with everybody piling in, apart from Saracens wing Liam Williams, who stays out of it.

  20. Post update

    Saracens 24-19 Glasgow

    Maro Itoje wins another turnover, and Saracens boot the ball downfield. Adam Hastings sprints back but under pressure from the chasing Richard Wigglesworth, knocks on to give the hosts a scrum 10m out.