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Looking ahead to sarries
Quins4life (IP Logged)
18 March, 2018 19:50
So after disappointing 6 nations I guess we now look to Quins to give us some rugby optimism. What would everyone's squad be for the sarries game? Which england players would come back in and who stood out (if any) when these players were away and deserve to stay in the squad. I'd go with;

15- Brown (has a point to prove)
14- Walker (if fit. if not i would like to see Ibitoye given a chance)
13- Marchant
12- Saili- Roberts is off, lets build a partnership for next season.
11- Visser
10- Catrakillis- need some control to beat sarries
9- Care- Lewis is average

1- Marler
2- Ward (unless if one of Elia or Buchanan are fit again
3- Sinkler
4- Merrick
5- Horwill
6- J Chisholm
7- Wallace
8- Luamanu

16- Gray
17- Boyce
18- Collier
19- Matthews
20- Robshaw (unless Clifford is fit)
21- Lewis
22- Smith
23- Alofa

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
DOK (IP Logged)
18 March, 2018 20:04
Definitely Care. I appreciate Lewis is backup, but he's not the man for this match. And actually of Care and Brown, Care is the man with a point to prove.

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
RodneyRegis (IP Logged)
18 March, 2018 20:36
Sarries' international players are jaded and the others have had a poor 6n in the AP. Might be a chance to nick one.

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
GrubbyQuin (IP Logged)
18 March, 2018 21:08
Thats the spirit Rodders!!

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
SiBolton (IP Logged)
18 March, 2018 21:26
Not expecting anyone whos worn the rose to make a start
Expect to see Saili and the Cat start and would be great if twomey and Horwill make second row, then think we have a chance
Expect Globogym to field all their internationals that are fit

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
Dave L (IP Logged)
19 March, 2018 07:33
Quote:
SiBolton
Not expecting anyone who�s worn the rose to make a start
Expect to see Saili and the Cat start and would be great if twomey and Horwill make second row, then think we have a chance
Expect Globogym to field all their internationals that are fit

I’d give Robshaw the week off. All the others can play IMO. Rest week immediately after.

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
quinsfan123 (IP Logged)
19 March, 2018 09:06
Is Clifford definitely back? And pretty sure Merrick is not back yet?

Why has Glynn been left out of the 23 - he is definitely above Matthews.

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
Bolly-Quin (IP Logged)
20 March, 2018 14:03
Clifford hoped to be playing in the A league game called off the other day, so not sure they'll start him without a run out.

Matthews far better in the line out than Glynn - will need him to scrap for the set piece that we'll need to control (or at least compete at) against Sarries. Glynn on for impact, I'd suggest.

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
Nev's Left Boot (IP Logged)
20 March, 2018 14:08
Gray over Ward every time for me....

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
Bedfordshire Boy (IP Logged)
20 March, 2018 16:43
Quote:
Dave L
Quote:
SiBolton
Not expecting anyone who�s worn the rose to make a start
Expect to see Saili and the Cat start and would be great if twomey and Horwill make second row, then think we have a chance
Expect Globogym to field all their internationals that are fit

I’d give Robshaw the week off. All the others can play IMO. Rest week immediately after.

Me too, no game for 2 weeks after Saturday.

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
Monte (IP Logged)
20 March, 2018 18:52
Agree Robshaw only should not play. Others have not play ed in all matches 80 mins.

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
blucherquin (IP Logged)
20 March, 2018 19:24
I fully except Robshaw and all of them to play.

They did last year and the England team had actually made an effort.

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
SiBolton (IP Logged)
20 March, 2018 20:13
Listening to Danny on podcast he expects t9 play along with others as looking forward to a break the following week

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
Mayor West (IP Logged)
20 March, 2018 20:56
Danny had some interesting things to say about the reffing in the 6N . He said that even though they thought that Scotland were illegal at the breakdown they should have played the ref quicker and better.And not only in that game. He also said that refs might be too aware of the previous penalty counts for England games and look extra carefully at England. This makes sense as many on here have mentioned the inconsistency of the officiating.
It sounds like the players are getting a break after this weekend as Si says so would expect them to play against Sarries.

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
poorfour (IP Logged)
24 March, 2018 10:48
Well, at least one Robshaw is playing, but JK might have rested one of the others.

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
plzd (IP Logged)
26 March, 2018 17:17
me over ward my mum over ward

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
Scaramouche (IP Logged)
26 March, 2018 18:15
Ward bleeds Quins. Versatile and whole hearted. Man is becoming a legend,



If at first you don't succeed, Try, Try and Try again.

 
Re: Looking ahead to sarries
Jammy Git (IP Logged)
26 March, 2018 18:39
I'd rather the club legends were actually really good at their role sad smiley



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