RUGBY UNION: London Welsh v Harlequins

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4:49pm

Full time: Welsh 26, Quins 31. Superb effort in the end

4:42pm

Yellow cards for Quins' Robson and Welsh's Tideswell

4:40pm

This is pulsating stuff.

4:39pm

Welsh 26 (Jackson interception try, Ross con), Quins 31

4:36pm

Welsh 19, Quins 31 (Evans missed pen)

4:31pm

Welsh 19, Quins 31 (try and con Evans)

4:29pm

Welsh 19 (try Scott, con Ross), Quins 24

4:26pm

Welsh 12, Quins 24 (pen Evans)

4:23pm

Welsh 12 (pen Ross), Quins 21

4:20pm

Welsh 9 (pen Ross), Quins 21

4:17pm

Quins win turnover to clear. Great defence from the champions

4:15pm

Ion held up for Welsh! Great pressure 

4:13pm

Balding held up for Welsh

4:06pm

Welsh begin second half with intent, but Quins counter well

4:01pm

Teams out for the second half. What price a Welsh comeback?

3:46pm

Welsh 6 (pen Ross), Quins 21. That's the half-time score. Quins could be further ahead.

3:45pm

Welsh 3, Quins 21 (con Evans)

3:44pm

Welsh 3, Quins 19 (try Robshaw)

3:42pm

Real Quins pressure as Robshaw held up

3:39pm

3:34pm

Welsh 3 (pen Ross), Quins 14. That's a little better!

3:31pm

The Exiles are really up against it now and may do well to avoid a hiding

3:30pm

Welsh's Kulemin is yellow carded for a dangerous tackle 

3:23pm

Welsh 0, Quins 14 (try Lowe, con Evans). Another soft try

3:22pm

Welsh 0, Quins 7 (try Care, con Evans)

3:12pm

Two successive scrums tear up the pitch on halfway before Nick Evans misses a fairly easy penalty for Quins

3:02pm

Quins start at great pace, but forward pass gives Welsh put in

3:00pm

England captain Chris Robshaw leads a very useful Quins side out on to the field. Can Jon Mills' men dent their hopes? Here we go...

2:53pm

Welsh have made a habit of defying the pessimists this season, but anything from today's match would represent a big achievement. No doubt Exiles fans will have one eye on how relegation rivals Sale get on against Saracens.

2:48pm

Welsh have made a habit of defying the pessimists this season, but anything from today's match would represent a big achievement. No doubt Exiles will have one eye on how relegation rivals Sale get on against Saracens.

2:38pm

London Welsh are 25 minutes away from what could be their toughest home game of the Aviva Premiership season. Defending champions Harlequins beat Welsh 40-3 at the Stoop earlier in the season and need a win today to go back to the top of the table.

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