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Marler and Robshaw return for Tigers as Easter makes his 250th appearance

Harlequins has announced the squad to play Leicester Tigers at The Stoop tomorrow in Round 13 of the Aviva Premiership. The match is sold out and kicks off at 15:15 (Live on BT Sport).

There are seven changes to the starting team which played London Welsh last week. Mike Brown, Ugo Monye and Danny Care are named, while Ben Botica makes his first Premiership start since September after returning from injury last week from the replacements.
 
In the forwards Chris Robshaw and captain Joe Marler have returned from injury, with Kyle Sinckler named at tighthead prop.
 
Nick Easter starts at number 8 and will make his 250th appearance for Harlequins, extending the club’s record for the most professional appearances.
 
Among the replacements, Tim Swiel and Tom Williams are named.

Referee: Luke Pearce
Assistant Referees: Roy Maybank & Paul Dix
TMO: Geoff Warren

Harlequins team

15. Mike Brown
14. Marland Yarde
13. Matt Hopper
12. George Lowe
11. Ugo Monye
10. Ben Botica
9. Danny Care

1. Joe Marler (C)
2. Joe Gray
3. Kyle Sinckler
4. Charlie Matthews
5. George Robson
6. Jack Clifford
7. Chris Robshaw
8. Nick Easter

16. Rob Buchanan
17. Darryl Marfo
18. Will Collier
19. Sam Twomey
20. Joe Trayfoot
21. Karl Dickson
22. Tim Swiel
23. Tom Williams

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