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Full time: Welsh 26, Quins 31. Superb effort in the end
Yellow cards for Quins' Robson and Welsh's Tideswell
This is pulsating stuff.
Welsh 26 (Jackson interception try, Ross con), Quins 31
Welsh 19, Quins 31 (Evans missed pen)
Welsh 19, Quins 31 (try and con Evans)
Welsh 19 (try Scott, con Ross), Quins 24
Welsh 12, Quins 24 (pen Evans)
Welsh 12 (pen Ross), Quins 21
Welsh 9 (pen Ross), Quins 21
Quins win turnover to clear. Great defence from the champions
Ion held up for Welsh! Great pressure
Balding held up for Welsh
Welsh begin second half with intent, but Quins counter well
Teams out for the second half. What price a Welsh comeback?
Welsh 6 (pen Ross), Quins 21. That's the half-time score. Quins could be further ahead.
Welsh 3, Quins 21 (con Evans)
Welsh 3, Quins 19 (try Robshaw)
Real Quins pressure as Robshaw held up
@TheOxfordMail I'm sorry but London Welsh don't deserve to be at the Kassam Stadium I hope that they don't drive #oufc out of the ground!!— @DoddsOUFC 06 January 2013
Welsh 3 (pen Ross), Quins 14. That's a little better!
The Exiles are really up against it now and may do well to avoid a hiding
Welsh's Kulemin is yellow carded for a dangerous tackle
Welsh 0, Quins 14 (try Lowe, con Evans). Another soft try
Welsh 0, Quins 7 (try Care, con Evans)
Two successive scrums tear up the pitch on halfway before Nick Evans misses a fairly easy penalty for Quins
Quins start at great pace, but forward pass gives Welsh put in
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...
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.
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.
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.