Don't miss Danny Cipriani's attempt to outfox England captain Chris Robshaw at our game against Quins next Saturday. Robshaw has battled to keep the world's top fly-half's quiet in England colours and will attempt to stifle Danny's exciting talent when they face up against each other at the AJ Bell Stadium.
In our first match up in the key head to head battles ahead of the game, this will compare two of the world's biggest stars in International Rugby. Chris's job throughout the game will be to stop Danny's rhythm and flow as Danny looks to bring his team mates into the game.
The current England captain came through the Harlequins Academy and he made his first club appearance in 2005. In 2010, the flanker was named captain of Harlequins and two years later was named captain of his country for the 2012 Six Nations in just his second test. The flanker captained England to their historic victory over the All Blacks in December 2012. He played every minute in this year's Six Nations as he guided England to a second place finish.
Since the 2014-15 season Robshaw is the first team and club vice captain of Quins, having relinquished the captaincy to Joe Marler to focus on his duties as England captain. He is also a two time Aviva Premiership Player of the Year winner, an award he first won following the 2008/9 season and then again following Quins' title winning campaign in 2011/12.
Cipriani was called into the England set up for the Six Nations following his influential start to the season for the Sharks. He has scored 140 points in the Aviva Premiership this season, having scored two tries, kicked 26 conversions, 25 penalties and one drop goal! He'll be looking for protection from his captain Dan Braid to ensure that he doesn't get tackled by Robshaw and is allowed to flourish with the ball in hands.