WORCESTER Warriors director of rugby Alan Solomons has praised "outstanding" Saracens as Warriors prepare to host the reigning Premiership champions in what will be Sarries penultimate game before their relegation to the Championship.

Saracens were found guilty of breaching the salary cap regulations in January and were eventually hit with a £5million fine and a points deduction that condemned them to the second-tier for the 2020/21 campaign.

Solomons expressed his admiration for Wednesday night's opponents but also reiterated the need for Warriors to finish the season strongly.

"They (Saracens) are an absolutely outstanding team," he said.

"We saw that in the game against Leinster (quarter-final of Champions Cup) and I think they were very unlucky against Racing in the semi final at the weekend also.

"They are an outstanding club and whatever side they put out on Wednesday will be a first-class team and it will no doubt be a big challenge for our players.

"But it would be very positive if we can come away from the game with a win but again, it all boils down to the performance, we will have to play really well to get a result against Saracens."

Solomons has used the entirety of his squad squad during the restart but says the selections for this week's games will be as strong as they can be.

"We will put out a good side on Wednesday night and then we will have to see what comes out of that," he added.

"We'll have to see who is available after we assess the game against Sarries and after players have all gone through the injury clinic.

"You often find that the turnaround can often be too short to have some players available for both games so we will have to see."

Worcester host Saracens in the early kick-off on Wednesday (5.45pm) at Sixways, before making the long trip up to Salford for the final game of the season against play-off chasing Sale Sharks at the AJ Bell Stadium on Sunday (3pm KO).