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Stuart Lancaster has selected a back-line with just 91 caps between them which includes debutants Nowell and Burrell

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England prop says that on current form England would feel confident of winning the ultimate prize

Manu Tuilagi

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Mike Brown hails England captain Chris Robshaw as a 'brilliant leader'

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England's Owen Farrell takes a penalty

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Stuart Lancaster reveals his squad for Sunday's match in Dublin

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Dimitri Yachvili: The scrum-half kicked all of Biarritz’s points and was their main inspiration

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Biarritz 9 Harlequins 16

Nick Easter: No one is sure if his absence tonight is due to injury or his need for rest

Quins finally face a tough test in bid for clean sweep

Harlequins were truly blessed by the draw for this season's Heineken Cup pool stage – Connacht, the weakest of the Irish teams, and the Italian side Zebre, the weakest team in Christendom, were opponents of which dreams are made. However, they will find themselves thoroughly tested when they chase a clean sweep of victories, together with guaranteed top seeding for the quarter-finals, in the Basque country tonight.

Owen Farrell

Stuart Lancaster talks up Saracens and Owen Farrell

Fly-half scored 11 kicks from 11 attempts in the Heineken Cup

Bradley Davies needs an operation on his ankle injury, bringing the number of locks on the absentee list to four

Heineken Cup round-up: Davies operation adds to Welsh woe

They're going down like flies. Interim coach Rob Howley has seen Wales's injury list grow and grow and now his problems have reached crisis proportions. Bradley Davies needs an operation on his ankle injury, bringing the number of locks on the absentee list to four.

David Flatman: If a man like O'Shea criticises referees, I stop and listen

From the Front Row: O'Shea's achievement at Quins and his personality demand a lot of respect
Saxon angle: Ugo Moyne, demoted by England this week, scores a try

Robshaw insists Quins must not waste qualification

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