Saracens will enter the final assignment of their double quest with Brad Barritt present at inside centre following his recovery from a hamstring problem.

Barritt will lead the reigning European and English champions into tomorrow's Gallagher Premiership final against Exeter at Twickenham after once again demonstrating his extraordinary healing powers.

The 32-year-old hobbled off inside the opening half hour of the play-off rout of Gloucester and was expected to be ruled out against Exeter, but has proved his fitness to be retained in an unchanged starting XV.

Barritt is among the toughest players in the Premiership and has a long history of overcoming injury to take part in big games.

The former England centre last season played against Leinster just days after having a titanium plate inserted into his left cheekbone, while last month he overcame a substantial ankle problem to lead the charge against Munster in the European semi-finals.

Nick Tompkins scored a hat-trick against Gloucester after replacing Barritt and was on standby to deputise once again.

Exeter have also named an unchanged side for their bid to wrestle back the Premiership crown that they surrendered to Saracens last year.