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How to get to Twickenham this Saturday

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TICKETS

A near-capacity crowd is expected at Twickenham, and there are only around 4,000 tickets still on sale through Ticketmaster. To order online CLICK HERE and follow the straightforward instructions.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

London Midland services are running on Saturday, but only as far as Hemel Hempstead, where a bus replacement service takes over to Stanmore Tube station (Jubilee line). This then takes you to Waterloo, where South-West Trains will have regular services out to Twickenham.

Trains will be running normally on East Midlands Trains between Kettering, Wellingborough and London St Pancras, and on Thameslink between Bedford, Luton and London.

Alternatively supporters may wish to drive around the M25 to stations on the South-West Trains network in Surrey.

For the latest train information visit www.networkrail.co.uk

COACH TRAVEL

The Saints as a club is not operating coaches to Twickenham. All coaches have been organised by the Saints’ Supporters Club, which is now no long accepting bookings.

CAR PARKING

The Rosebine car park at the Twickenham Stoop will be open from 8am on Saturday. Entry is £5 per car, on a first come, first served basis.

There is alternative car parking available at Chase Bridge Primary School, behind the West Stand. To book places visit www.twickersparking.co.uk

All on-site official RFU car parking has sold out.

FOOD AND DRINK

Saul’s of Spratton will have a hot dog stand (called the Dog House) and the world-famous hog roast unit on the concourse at Twickenham on Saturday, so supporters will have that taste of home before cheering on the Saints!