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A league team to face London Irish

The Wasps A side are in action league tonight in Sunbury against London Irish (KO 19:30)

Elvis Seveali'i will feature for Wasps

Elvis Seveali'i will feature for Wasps

Both sides are seeking their first win of the season in the A league and Matt Everard will captain a Wasps side which features a mix of first team squad players, Academy players and guests from neighbouring London clubs.

First team squad players Tommy Bell, Taoine Vea, Nei Cochrane, James Cannon and Esteban Lozada all feature while former London Irish player Elvis Seveali'i is also in the Wasps side having been providing cover over the past month.

Guest players include London Welsh centre Sonny Parker who features in midfield alongside promising Academy player George Eastwell.

On the bench, Tongan back William Helu is also set for his first Wasps appearance, having arrived at the Club recently after recovering from the injury which saw his start delayed.

Entry at Sunbury is free tonight.

The London Irish team features one familiar face, with former Wasps Academy player Mitch Tamiau lining out on the wing.


London Wasps A Team

15 Liam O'Neill
14 Elvis Seveali'i
13 Sonny Parker
12 George Eastwell
11 Tom Howe
10 Tommy Bell
9 Callum Grant
1 Taione Vea
2 Neil Cochrane
3 Tom Francis
4 Esteban Lozada
5 James Cannon
6 Oskar Hirskyj-Douglas
7 Matt Everard
8 Gus Jones

Replacements

16 Anthony Brennan
17 Jamie Kilbane
18 Alex Lundberg
19 Tommy Spinks
20 Akira Takenaka
21William Helu
22 Charles Incledon
23 George Saunders


London Irish team: 15. Elliot Cox; 14. Jamie O’Callaghan; 13. Sailosi Tagicakibau; 12. Mitch Tamiau; 11. Andrew Fenby; 10. Myles Dorrian; 9.Tom Bliss; 1. Jonny Harris; 2. Scott Tolmie; 3. Richard Palframan; 4. Ian Nimmo; 5. Andy Hore; 6. Scott Moore; 7. Danny Kenny; 8. Sean O’Connell
Replacements: 16. Justin Oro-Campus; 17. Tom Smallbone; 18. Ryan Wilkie; 19. Charlie Davey; 20. Max Berry; 21. Rory Damant; 22. Ian Cross; 23. Ed Hoadley; 24. George Owen

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