SIXWAYS favourites Jonny Arr and Wynand Olivier are set for emotional farewells when Worcester Warriors host Saracens in their season-ending Gallagher Premiership clash on Saturday (4pm).

Scrum-half Arr, 30, will end his 23-year association with the club when he departs this summer while centre Olivier, 35, is poised to play his final game of his glittering professional career.

The hugely-popular pair have been on the fringes of the first-team this season with their last appearances coming in the Premiership Cup semi-final defeat to Sarries in February.

But director of rugby Alan Solomons said he wanted to give Arr and Olivier the opportunity to wave goodbye to supporters.

“With Wynand coming to the end of his career and Jonny coming to the end of his time with Warriors those are the two guys one would like to see feature,” Solomons said.

Worcester-born Arr has been part of the club since the age of seven when he joined the minis and junior set-up.

The number nine made his senior debut in 2007 before going on to play 217 times for Warriors – the fourth highest tally in the club’s history.

“He has been a terrific servant for the club,” Solomons said.

“He came from school to the club and has played here throughout his career.

“He has been at the club when things perhaps haven’t gone that well and other times when they have gone well.

“But I think he is a good clubman and has given a lot to the club.”

While other players have left over the years Arr and fellow homegrown star Chris Pennell have stuck by Warriors through thick and thin.

But Arr has slipped behind Francois Hougaard and Michael Heaney in the pecking order this season and is now looking for pastures new.

Asked why Arr had not been retained, Solomons added: “Jonny has been sitting at number three (in the pecking order).

“With Jono Kitto coming in Jonny would start the season as number four.

“Naturally that is not something he desired so that’s his decision.”

Olivier has decided to hang up his boots at the end of the campaign. During his playing days the South African has represented Springboks 38 times and helped them to win the World Cup in 2007.

He has starred for the Bulls in South Africa and Montpellier in France before making more than 50 outings over four seasons with Warriors.

“Wynand will draw the curtain on what has been a pretty stellar career,” Solomons said.

“He has won a World Cup and Super Rugby competitions and played all over the world.”

Wing Josh Adams, centre Ben Te’o, hooker Jack Singleton, prop Gareth Milasinovich and lock Darren Barry also expected to play their last match for the club before they exit this summer.

A four-week suspension for a tip tackle in the match against Sale last month has denied departing star Bryce Heem the chance to run out again for Warriors.

However Heem is expected to be among a group of leavers that will go on a lap of honour at the end of the Sarries game before receiving a signed shirt as a parting gift from the club.

“It will be emotional but there will be guys who are possibly leaving Saracens as well that are going to play,” Solomons said.

“What is really going to count is how you play.

“I think we need to drive a really good performance here as we are playing quality opposition.

“It doesn’t matter what teams they send out their strength in depth is incredible.”