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Bullitt

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Gloucester travel to newly promited Harlequins who were unlucky not to claim the points at Twickenham last week against London Irish.

All discussion here.
 
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SaintsFan_Webby

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Gloucester should be too strong for Quins. I can see them taking this one relatively comfortably.
 
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Bullitt

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I wouldn't be so sure... The Quins backline is a match for anyone with Mherts and Abbott fit they're a match for anyone. Still, I've been wrong before.

Still, I'll give it Quins by 2.
 
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getofmeland

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This should be an interesting game, Gloucester picked up a few injuries against Bath, with Balshaw limping off and Tindall sitting out... I dont think Quins can be underestimated this season and their backline if they get to play will match most sides in the Premiership...

Tough game to make a prediction for so going to go with Quins by 5 points
 
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MightyQuin

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This should be an interesting game, Gloucester picked up a few injuries against Bath, with Balshaw limping off and Tindall sitting out... I dont think Quins can be underestimated this season and their backline if they get to play will match most sides in the Premiership...

Tough game to make a prediction for so going to go with Quins by 5 points
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Quins at home are hard to beat - it's their away form that is their achilles heel ... much like Glos! I take Quins by 6 if Mehrtens is fit
 
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MightyQuin

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Terrible second half performance by Quins - some woeful tackling attempts as Gloucester chalked up 17 points in 5 mins without Quins touching the ball except to kick it off and knock it on!

Also, some terrible decision making by Volley in the last 5 mins when Quins were down by 10 points, to continue going for a try despite being awarded several kickable penalties which would at least have earned a bonus point, which may prove very valuable later in the season.

Next two games are Wasps and Leicester which I can't see Quins winning either, so they could be several points clear at the bottom of the table by the time the Anglo-Welsh cup kicks off.

Another long season ahead - at least Quins RL have avoided relegation now - respect to the Wigan fans who came down and made a cracking atmosphere yesterfday.
 

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