Scots looking for a return to form as they head to Goldington Road to take on Bedford Blues

24th November 2016

London Scottish have made seven changes to their starting line-up for tomorrow’s trip to Goldington Road to face Bedford Blues.

The Scots are looking to get back to winning ways after defeat to Richmond last weekend in the Athletic Ground Derby which has seen them fall down the table, as they take on the ninth-placed Blues.

Grant Shiells, David Cherry and Dan Koroi start in the front-row, with Rory Bartle alongside Neale Patrick in the second-row. Ally Miller, Danny Kenny and Ifereimi Boladau make up a physical back-row.

Hugh Fraser makes his first league start of the season at scrum-half, with Harry Sheppard returning at fly-half. Scottish pair Alec Coombes and Robbie Fergusson both start in the centre, whilst Jason Harries, Ben Rath and Peter Lydon make up the back-three.

Jonny Harris and Phil Cringle will offer a front-row alternative, as well as Edinburgh hooker George Turner who is in line for his first appearance for the Scots after arriving on loan. The 24-year old former Scotland age-grade internationalist has made 10 appearances for the Pro 12 club since debuting against Leinster in October 2014.

Dom McGeekie and Matt Marley will cover the rest of the pack, Jamie Stevenson provides scrum-half back-up, with Tom Galbraith completing the match-day squad.

To follow minute-by-minute updates of the match, head to the London Scottish twitter account @LSFCOfficial.

London Scottish team to play Bedford Blues on Friday 25th November at Goldington Road, kick off 19:45:

15 Peter Lydon 14 Ben Rath 13 Robbie Fergusson 12 Alec Coombes 11 Jason Harries 10 Harry Sheppard 9 Hugh Fraser 1 Grant Shiells 2 David Cherry 3 Dan Koroi 4 Rory Bartle 5 Neale Patrick 6 Ally Miller 7 Danny Kenny 8 Ifereimi Boladau


16 George Turner 17 Jonny Harris 18 Phil Cringle 19 Dom McGeekie 20 Matt Marley  21 Jamie Stevenson 22 Tom Galbraith

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