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  • Temata, Pryce (2),
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  • Lynch, Royston, Whitehead, Ah Van (2),
    Goals: Ah Van (5),
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  • 4th Jun 2011
  • KO 15:00
  • Att: 4,253

Harlequins v Bradford: Teams

At the Stoop, Saturday June 4, kick-off 3pm

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Harlequins v Bradford: Teams

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Harlequins have made just one change to their squad for Saturday's Super League clash with Bradford at the Stoop.

Having impressed on loan at London Skolars, three-quarter Lamont Bryan has been called into the Quins team.

Bryan replaces former England winger Mark Calderwood as Rob Powell's men look to end a 10-game winless run.

The Bulls welcome back Danny Addy for the trip to the capital.

Addy is available again after recovering from injury, while Michael Platt and Marc Herbert return after missing the win over Salford.

Bradford will be without centre Paul Sykes (hamstring) and second rower Ian Sibbit (back), though, with winger Gareth Raynor also missing as he completes his two-match ban.

Building

However assistant coach Francis Cummins believes the Bulls will go into the game full of confidence.

He said: "We are really starting to put some of the things we are doing on the practice field into games and that's good for us.

"We were really happy how dominant we were in the first half of the Salford game.

"We are just building every week and there are some good combinations starting to work and there are a few people with a bit of confidence, which is good because it's hard when you are losing every week.

"Things can happen when you have that confidence. Balls can start sticking and even decisions can go your way.

"We are seeing some good performances now, which is nice because we have really worked hard."

Harlequins: Ambler, Bailey, Bolger, Bryan, Burnett, Clubb, Ellis, Gale, Krasniqi, Koupartisas, Mitchell, O'Callaghan, Pryce, Randall, Riley, Temata, Ward, Wilkes, Melling.

Bradford: Addy, Ah Van, Briggs, Burgess, Crookes, Diskin, Donaldson, Elima, Hargreaves, Herbert, Jeffries, Kopczak, Langley, L'Estrange, Lynch, Olbison, Platt, Royston, Whitehead.

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Graham Smith says...

If the BULLS go to London with the same attitude they showed against Wigan 2 week ago we should see a good game with a result for the BULLS. There is just one factor however that may affect the outcome, temp on game day is up in the 20ies, the supporters will have a job coping with that never mind both sets of players. COME ON YUU BULLS.

Posted 15:58 3rd June 2011

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