They might be out of the European Champions Cup but Harlequins director of rugby John Kingston is looking at the positives.

Quins have lost all four of their pool one matches so far – their worst run in the competition since the 2009/10 season.

But the west London side will now have a chance to restore some pride in the competition as they take on Wasps at the Stoop.

And Kingston is looking forward to the contest against their fellow English opponents and believes it will be a real test for his side.

He said: “There are always areas of our game which need working on, and the next two matches- starting on Saturday against Wasps – will give us that opportunity against a top-class opposition.”

Kingston makes five changes to the side that lost in the close encounter with Sale Sharks last weekend.

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Mike Brown returns at fullback and James Lang makes his European Cup debut at ten in place of Marcus Smith who signed a long-term deal with the club this week.

Chris Robshaw is replaced by Archie White after picking up a knock in training, whilst Lewis Boyce and Ronaldo Bothma also come into the pack.

Injuries have blighted Quins in recent weeks but Kingston is pleased his side is getting back to full strength.

Kingston said: “While we still have a number of players missing, we have finally managed some continuity of availability, over the last few games, and I am keen to build on that.”

Meanwhile Wasps need nine points from the next two games to have a realistic chance of qualifying out of the group.

Director of Wasps rugby Dai Young said ahead of the game: “I think they’d quite enjoy putting a dent in our ambitions as well.

“We’re not expecting any favours, we know it’s going to be a tough game and we know we are going to have to play some good stuff.”