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Team vs worcester
Posted by: WellingQuin
Date: 10/11/2017 11:38
HARLEQUINS HAVE TODAY (FRIDAY 10TH NOVEMBER) NAMED THEIR MATCHDAY 23 TO FACE WORCESTER WARRIORS IN ROUND 2 OF THE ANGLO-WELSH CUP AT HOME ON SUNDAY 12TH NOVEMBER (KICK-OFF 15:00).


There are five changes to the starting 15 that beat Saracens in Round One of the competition. Jamie Roberts comes in to partner Harry Sloan in the midfield while Calum Waters makes his first start for the Club.

Mark Lambert is named at loosehead prop as captain James Chisholm and Mat Luamanu form the back row alongside Ben Glynn. Among the replacements Niall Saunders will look to make his full Harlequins debut.

Ahead of the match, Director of Rugby, John Kingston said: “The bonus point victory at Saracens last week showed fantastic resolve and has got us off to a great start in this competition.

"The game on Sunday presents an opportunity to back up that win but while there will be several personnel changes for both teams, our Premiership match against Warriors two weeks ago, showed what a threat they can pose.”

Harlequins team to play Worcester Warriors (Harlequins appearances)

15. Tim Visser (43)
14. Gabriel Ibitoye (1)
13. Harry Sloan (34)
12. Jamie Roberts (38)
11. Alofa Alofa (35)
10. James Lang (7)
9. Calum Waters (2)

1. Mark Lambert (218)
2. Elia Elia (5)
3. Josh McNulty (2)
4. George Merrick (67)
5. Charlie Matthews (147)
6. Ben Glynn (9)
7. James Chisholm (Captain, 40)
8. Mat Luamanu (48)

16. Charlie Piper (3)
17. Lewis Boyce (3)
18. Josh Ibuanokpe (1)
19. Dino Lamb (5)
20. Archie White (6)
21. Niall Saunders (-)
22. Marcus Smith (9)
23. Ross Chisholm (78)

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