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Harlequins squad to play London Welsh

Harlequins has announced the squad to play London Welsh in Round 12 of the Aviva Premiership on Sunday at the Kassam Stadium, kick-off 14:30.

There are five changes to the squad which played Northampton Saints last week.

In the back three Ollie Lindsay-Hague is named alongside Aseli Tikoirotuma, with Karl Dickson starting at scrum-half.

Joe Gray and Sam Twomey are the two changes in the forwards, starting at hooker and lock respectively.

Among the replacements, Ben Botica and Tom Williams will look to make their return from injury.

Harlequins Team

15. Ollie Lindsay-Hague
14. Marland Yarde
13. Matt Hopper
12. George Lowe
11. Aseli Tikoirotuma
10. Tim Swiel
9. Karl Dickson
 
1. Mark Lambert
2. Joe Gray
3. Will Collier
4. Charlie Matthews
5. Sam Twomey
6. Joe Trayfoot
7. Jack Clifford
8. Nick Easter (C)

16. Rob Buchanan
17. Darryl Marfo
18. Kyle Sinckler
19. George Merrick
20. James Chisholm
21. Danny Care
22. Ben Botica
23. Tom Williams

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