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Posted by: DPsychoS
Date: 22/09/2017 11:51
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HARLEQUINS MAKE THREE CHANGES FOR VISIT OF LEICESTER TIGERS
Friday, 22nd September 2017 @ 12:00

HARLEQUINS HAS ANNOUNCED THEIR SQUAD TO FACE LEICESTER TIGERS IN ROUND 4 OF THE AVIVA PREMIERSHIP AT THE TWICKENHAM STOOP (SATURDAY 23RD SEPTEMBER, KICK-OFF 15:00).


All three of the changes to the starting 15 come in the front row as Mark Lambert comes in for Joe Marler - who picked up a rib injury away to Wasps in Round 3 - while Rob Buchanan has returned from a shoulder injury and starts at hooker.

Will Collier replaces Kyle Sinckler who is named among the replacements, joining Alofa Alofa and Charlie Matthews who have both recovered from injury.

Speaking ahead of the match, Director of Rugby, John Kingston said: "We are delighted to have secured back to back victories over Gloucester and Wasps. However, we know Leicester present a massive challenge notwithstanding the excellent home record we have had in recent times."

Harlequins squad to face Leicester Tigers (Harlequins appearances)

15. Mike Brown (283)
14. Marland Yarde (77)
13. Joe Marchant (40)
12. Jamie Roberts (32)
11. Charlie Walker (70)
10. Marcus Smith (3)
9. Danny Care (227)

1. Mark Lambert (212)
2. Rob Buchanan (118)
3. Will Collier (111)
4. George Merrick (62)
5. James Horwill (Captain, 43)
6. Chris Robshaw (242)
7. Jack Clifford (69)
8. Mat Luamanu (41)

16. Dave Ward (120)
17. Lewis Boyce (-)
18. Kyle Sinckler (103)
19. Charlie Matthews (140)
20. Ben Glynn (3)
21. Dave Lewis (-)
22. Tim Swiel (42)
23. Alofa Alofa (30)

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