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Harlequins make three changes for Bath Rugby

Harlequins has announced the side to play Bath Rugby in Round 9 of the Aviva Premiership at The Rec on Friday evening, kick off 19:45 (live on BT Sport).

There are three changes to the side that played Sale Sharks last week.

In the backs Danny Care and Aseli Tikoirotuma return from international duty with England and Fiji to start at scrum-half and wing respectively.

The one change to the forward pack sees Jack Clifford, who is named at blindside flanker, making his first Premiership start.

15. Ross Chisholm
14. Charlie Walker
13. Matt Hopper
12. Tom Casson
11. Aseli Tikoirotuma
10. Nick Evans
9. Danny Care

1. Mark Lambert
2. Dave Ward
3. Kyle Sinckler
4. Charlie Matthews
5. George Robson
6. Jack Clifford
7. Luke Wallace
8. Nick Easter (C)

16. Rob Buchanan
17. Darryl Marfo
18. Will Collier
19. Sam Twomey
20. Joe Trayfoot
21. Karl Dickson
22. Tim Swiel
23. Jordan Turner-Hall

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