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Sale Sharks Director of Rugby Steve Diamond has named his side to play Newcastle Falcons at Kingston Park on Sunday afternoon kick off 3-15pm.

Michael Paterson (knee) and David Seymour (shoulder) both miss out but on the plus side Mark Cueto returns to the starting line up for the first time since the opening game of the season, although he did play as a substitute in the home win over Wasps. Chris Cusiter, Luke McLean, Johnny Leota and Alberto de Marchi also return to the side following international duties.
 
Team: Mike Haley, Luke McLean, Johnny Leota, Sammy Tuitupou, Mark Cueto, Danny Cipriani, Chris Cusiter, Eifion Lewis Roberts, Marc Jones, Vadim Cobilas, Jonathan Mills, Andrei Ostrikov, Dan Braid (Captain), Magnus Lund, Josh Beaumont
         
Replacements     Shalva Mamukashvili, Alberto de Marchi,Ross Harrison, Mark Easter, Viliami Fihaki, Will Cliff, Nick Macleod, Mark Jennings
 
At 6pm the Sale Sharks U23 side will be playing against Newcastle. Included in the Sharks side are Darren Fearn, Cameron Neild, James Flynn, Andy Hughes, Nathan Fowles, Phil McKenzie, Sam James, Charlie Ingall and Will Addison.
 
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