Leicester Tigers are heavy favourites to win yet another Premiership title against Northampton Saints at Twickenham.
A curry-house in Northampton has created a new dish to show its support for the Saints, which when lit produces a green and gold flame.
East Midlands rugby rivals will square up in front of 85,000 fans at a sell-out Premiership Final at Twickenham.
Northampton Saints beat Saracens 20-16 at Franklin's Gardens in the LV= Cup.
The Heineken Cup 2013-2014 fixtures have been released, with current Aviva Premiership champions Leicester Tigers playing Ulster Rugby on October 11.
The Northampton Saints will play Castres Olympique the day after.
England Head Coach Stuart Lancaster has named five Northampton Saints players in his side to face Argentina on Saturday.
Flanker Tom Wood will captain the side, and scrum-half Lee Dickson will also start, in the first of the two tests.
The substitutes include prop Paul Doran-Jones, lock Courtney Lawes and full-back Ben Foden from the Saints. And they will be joined by Worcester Warriors flanker Matt Kvesic, who will make his debut for England should he come off the bench.
Leicester Tigers manager spoke to ITV News Central after the game yesterday against Northampton Saints.
Leicester Tigers came away with the Aviva Premiership trophy after a thrilling 37 - 17 game at Twickenham.
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Leicester Tigers are crowned Premiership champions at Twickenham after a thrilling 37-17 victory over the Saints.
Just before half time, Northampton Saints Dylan Hartley was given a red card by referee Wayne Barnes in the aftermath of Ford's penalty being awarded.