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Teenager George Ford played a starring role as Leicester won through to an eighth successive Premiership final with a 24-15 victory over defending champions Saracens at Welford Road.
The 19-year-old kicked four penalties and a conversion after replacing Toby Flood in the starting line-up.
In addition to his points with the boot, Ford also created both Leicester tries through slick passing that cut open the Saracens defence.
Wing Alesana Tuilagi, on his final Tigers appearance at Welford Road before moving to Japan, touched down midway through the first half, while flanker Steve Mafi also crossed to thwart a Saracens side whose points came from five Owen Farrell penalties.
England international Flood will probably return for the final, yet there can be no doubting Ford's contribution to Tigers during a season when he also kicked 16 points in their LV= Cup final victory over Northampton.
Saracens, despite leading 12-10 just before the break, were punished for their failure to convert a number of promising attacking positions into points.
And Leicester needed no second invitation to capitalise as fortress Welford Road once again lived up to its reputation for visiting teams.
Tigers' official explanation for Flood's absence was that he failed a late fitness test, while flanker Craig Newby took over from Julian Salvi (hamstring), who Leicester said was also a late cry-off.
Farrell lined up at outside centre for Saracens, with Charlie Hodgson wearing the number 10 shirt and young flankers Jackson Wray and Will Fraser also featuring as the visitors targeted a fourth successive victory on Leicester soil.
Farrell and Ford exchanged early penalties, but Saracens looked the most threatening side early on, and they should have posted a 12th-minute try.
Fraser made a superb touchline break before full-back Alex Goode found David Strettle, but although the England wing avoided Tuilagi's tackle, he lost control of the ball as he stretched for a one-handed touchdown.
Farrell then put Saracens back in front with a short-range penalty, yet Leicester bounced back midway through the half when Samoa international Tuilagi powered over for his 63rd Tigers try after a superbly-timed Ford pass.
Ford added the conversion, hoisting Leicester 10-6 ahead as Saracens suddenly found themselves in reverse gear, courtesy of Tigers cranking up intensity levels.
A third Farrell penalty cut the gap to a point, and then after he missed an angled strike, his fourth successful goal put Saracens 12-10 in front nearing the end of a ferociously-intense first period.
Ford, though, had the final say, displaying an unflappable temperament when he bisected the posts from just inside Saracens' half to secure a 13-12 interval advantage for Tigers.
Ford missed an early second half penalty, yet his response was both audacious and brilliant, slashing through Saracens' midfield defence and allowing Leicester to spin possession wide that ended with Mafi crossing.
Saracens breathed a collective sigh of relief when Ford drifted the conversion wide, but his successful penalty just three minutes later left the visitors more than a converted try adrift.
Farrell's fifth successful penalty ensured a gripping final quarter, but Tigers had more than enough left in the tank to cross the finishing line.
Saracens, despite the best efforts of workaholic forwards Schalk Brits, prop Matt Stevens and skipper Steve Borthwick, had to concede second best as Leicester began preparing for a familiar journey to Twickenham in two weeks' time.
And Ford's final penalty success five minutes from time meant Leicester could finally breathe easily, content that it was yet another case of mission accomplished in a major semi-final.
|Saturday 25th May|
|15:00||Leicester vs Northampton|
|Sunday 12th May|
|Saracens 13 - 27 Northampton|
|Saturday 11th May|
|Leicester 33 - 16 Harlequins|
|Saturday 4th May|
|Leicester 32 - 20 London Irish|
|London Welsh 33 - 22 Worcester|
|Harlequins 22 - 19 Northampton|
|Sale 21 - 20 Wasps|
|Exeter 40 - 39 Gloucester|
|Saracens 23 - 14 Bath|
|Sunday 21st April|
|Wasps 24 - 37 Exeter|
|Saturday 20th April|
|Northampton 47 - 7 Sale|
|Gloucester 28 - 23 Saracens|
|London Irish 47 - 28 London Welsh|
|Worcester 26 - 42 Harlequins|
|Bath 27 - 26 Leicester|
|Sunday 14th April|
|Leicester 35 - 16 Wasps|
|Saracens 47 - 17 Worcester|
|London Welsh 14 - 31 Northampton|
|Saturday 13th April|
|Exeter 27 - 6 London Irish|
|Harlequins 23 - 9 Bath|
|Friday 12th April|
|Sale 32 - 9 Gloucester|
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