Chris Robshaw out for Harlequins clash with Toulon

11:29 06 April 2012

Chris Robshaw

Chris Robshaw

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Chris Robshaw will not feature in Connor O’Shea’s squad for Harlequins Amlin Cup quarter final against French side Toulon after picking up a knock at Wembley last weekend.

The flanker will be replaced by Luke Wallace while Mike Brown starts at full back with Tom Williams and the returning Ugo Monye on the wing.

Matt Hopper and Jordan Turner-Hall pair up in the centre with Rory Clegg and Karl Dickson stepping into the half back positions – Nick Evans picked up a foot injury at Wembley last week.

Mark Lambert and James Johnston will prop either side of Rob Buchanan at hooker.

Tomas Vallejos links up with captain George Robson in the second row while Tom Guest, Wallace and Nick Easter start in the back row.

Aston Croall, Joe Marler and Will Collier sit in the wings for the front row with Pete Brown in the second.

Maurie Fa’asavalu will cover the back row.

Danny Care, Benjamin Urdapilleta and George Lowe will provide replacement for the backs.

Harlequins: Brown, Williams, Hopper, Turner-Hall, Monye, Clegg, Dickson, Lambert. Buchanan, Johnston, Vallejos, Robson, Guest, Wallace, Easter

Replacements: Croall, Marler, Collier, Browne, Fa’asavalu, Care, Urdapilleta, Lowe

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