Saracens 15-24 Bath
Tries: Bailey, Castaignede
Tries: Tindall, Higgins, penalty
Cons: Barkley (3)
England's Mike Tindall was stretchered off the field with an ankle injury in Bath's 24-15 win over Saracens.
Tindall scored the game's first try but was stretchered off with a suspected broken leg during that move.
An X-ray revealed the injury to be far less serious but the World Cup winner will have an MRI scan on Sunday.
The result maintained Bath's commanding lead in the league, courtesy of a scintillating solo performance by fly-half Olly Barkley.
Barkley created two of Bath's tries and kicked nine points as Sarries were dealt a third successive league defeat.
Thomas Castaignede, who kicked just five points, set up a tense finale with a stunning try five minutes from time. But it was not enough.
Saracens' cause was not helped by the absence of Richard Hill, who pulled out because of a broken nose.
As a result Bath, who have lost just once in the league this season, dominated in the set-pieces.
Sarries briefly led 3-0 with Castaignede's penalty before Tindall's try.
At the re-start, Barkley won his side a line-out, from which he created the gap for his England team-mate to dart under the posts.
Castaignede, Kyran Bracken and Darragh O'Mahony all tried to conjure up a response but, as they spread the ball wide, it opened spaces for Bath.
Barkley added a penalty before Andrew Higgins notched up his team's second try.
Alex Crockett, on for an injured Matt Perry, scooped up a delightful Barkley chip, which he laid on to Higgins, who in turn skipped two tackles to twist into the right-hand corner.
That left Saracens 14 points behind, but it finally brought them to life.
Simon Raiwalui and Taine Randell bulldozed their way through Bath's defence to send Paul Bailey in from 20 metres.
Castaignede slotted over the conversion but did not fare so well with two later penalty attempts as Sarries battled for their first league win since November.
Bath's win was essentially sealed in the 61st minute when referee Martin Fox awarded a penalty try after deciding Barkley had been tripped by Robbie Kydd as he chased his own kick over the line.
Castaignede unsettled some West-Country nerves as Bath spilled some line-out ball and the Frenchman danced his past a cluster of defenders.
Saracens: Haughton, Cech, Johnston, Bailey, O'Mahony, Castaignede, Bracken, Sparks, Ibanez, Visagie, Raiwalui, Codling, Chesney, B. Russell, Randell
Replacements: R. Russell, Bergamaschi, Skirving, Roques, Williams, Kydd, Winnan
Bath: Perry, Human, A. Higgins, Tindall, Danielli, Barkley, Wood, Flatman, Humphreys, Delve, Borthwick, Grewcock, Beattie, Lipman, Fea'unati
Replacements: Martens, Mears, Barnes, Maggs, Crockett, Scaysbrook, Fidler
Referee: Martin Fox (RFU)