Quins make two changes
November 30, 2007
Harlequins will make two changes to the starting XV that lost at Gloucester last Saturday for this Sunday's EDF Energy Cup match against Opsreys at the Twickenham Stoop.
Adrian Jarvis replaces the injured Chris Malone at fly half and in the back row Will Skinner comes in for Paul Volley. The rest of the pack remains unchanged.
David Strettle remains in the centres alongside De Wet Barry, with Simon Keogh and Ugo Monye on the wings.
Both Chris Hala'ufia and Jim Evans have recovered from illness to take up places on the bench beside new signing South African Gary Botha who makes his first appearance for the club.
The full team is as follows:
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