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Heineken Cup Round 6 teams - Friday


The sixth round of the Heineken Cup starts on Friday

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Article Published: Friday 18 January 2013


The Heineken Cup reaches rolls on and this weekend delivers the sixth round starting on Friday with matches against Biarritz and Harlequins as well as Connacht vs Zebre.

Here we list the teams, kick off times and venues for Friday's matches.

Pool 3: Biarritz Olympique Pays Basque v Harlequins

Friday, 18 January 2013
Kick off: 21:00
Parc des Sports Aguilera
Referee: John Lacey (Ire), Assistant ref: Paul Haycock (Ire), Assistant ref: Michael Black (Ire), TMO: Seamus Flannery (Ire), Citing Commissioner: Roberto Carra (Ita)

Biarritz Olympique Pays Basque: Iain Balshaw; Takudzwa Ngwenya, Benoit Baby, Damien Traille, Aled Brew; Jean Pascal Barraque, Dimitri Yachvili; Fabien Barcella, Arnaud Heguy, Ben Broster, Thibault Dubarry, Pelu Taele, Wenceslas Lauret, Raphael Lakafia, Imanol Harinordoquy (c).
Replacements: Jean-Philippe Genevois, Thomas Synaeghel, Eugene van Staden, Erik Lund, Talalelei Gray, Yann Lesgourgues, Julien Peyrelongue, Seremaia Burotu.

Harlequins: Mike Brown; Tom Williams, George Lowe, Jordan Turner-Hall, Ugo Monye; Nick Evans, Danny Care; Joe Marler, Joe Gray, James Johnston, Ollie Kohn, George Robson, Maurie Fa'asavalu, Chris Robshaw (c), Tom Guest.
Replacements: Rob Buchanan, Mark Lambert, Will Collier, Charlie Matthews, Luke Wallace, Karl Dickson, Ben Botica, Ollie Lindsay-Hague.


Pool 3: Connacht Rugby v Zebre

Friday, 18 January 2013
Kick off: 20:00
Sportsground
Referee: Pascal Gauzere (Fra), Assistant ref: Jean-Luc Rebollai (Fra), Assistant ref: Vincent Blasco (Fra), TMO: Daniel Irazoqui (Fra), Citing Commissioner: Roberto Carra (Ita)

Connacht Rugby: Robbie Henshaw; Tiernan O'Halloran, Eoin Griffin, David McSharry, Fetu'u Vainikolo; Dan Parks, Kieran Marmion; Brett Wilkinson, Jason Harris-Wright, Nathan White (c), Michael Swift, Mike McCarthy, Michael Kearney, Johnny O'Connor, Andrew Browne.
Replacements: Ethienne Reynecke, James Cooney, Ronan Loughney, David Gannon, Eoghan Grace, Paul O'Donohoe, Miah Nikora, Danie Poolman.

Zebre: Tito Tebaldi; Giovanbattista Venditti, Roberto Quartaroli, Matteo Pratichetti, Ruggero Trevisan; Daniel Halangahu, Alberto Chillon; Salvatore Perugini, Davide Giazzon, Luca Redolfini, Micheal van Vuuren, Josh Sole, Emiliano Caffini, Mauro Bergamasco (c), Filippo Ferrarini.
Replacements: Carlo Festuccia, Matias Aguero, Dave Ryan, Nicola Belardo, Andrea Manici, Luca Martinelli, Alberto Chiesa, Samuele Pace.

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