Apr 26, 2014 at 3.40pm UK at ‚ÄčVicarage Road
Saracens
46-6
ClermontClermont Auvergne
Ashton (7', 64'), try (12'), Farrell (31'), Wyles (72'), Streather (78')
FT

Result: Saracens beat Clermont Auvergne to reach Heineken Cup final

Saracens are through to the final of the Heineken Cup following a 46-6 win over Clermont Auvergne in their semi-final at Twickenham.

Saracens have thrashed last year's beaten finalists Clermont Auvergne 46-6 to secure a place in the final of this season's Heineken Cup.

Saracens' Owen Farrell celebrates with teammates after scoring his team's third try against Clermont Auvergne during the Heineken Cup semi-final match on April 26, 2014© Getty Images

After an early try from Chris Ashton gave the home side the lead, the French team were reduced to 14 men for a spell when Brock James was sent to the sin bin for deliberately knocking the ball into touch, which also saw Saracens awarded a penalty try.

Ashton added a second after the break and his 11th of the tournament, tying the record for most tries in a Heineken Cup campaign by a single player.

Further tries from Chris Wyles and Tim Streather inside the final 10 minutes ended any hopes of a comeback for the visitors.

Saracens will face either defending champions Toulon or Munster in the final at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff next month.

Saracens' Chris Ashton scores a try against Zebre during the Heineken Cup on December 7, 2013
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