Stade Francais head to London needing a bonus-point win to qualify for the knock-out stages of the Heineken Cup. 

The French giants beat Bristol 19-11 to keep their hopes of a last eight place alive. 

Harlequins lost in Cardiff but will look to end their European campaign on a high and seven changes have been made to the Quins team that started against Cardiff last Friday.

In the forwards, the front row will see Ricky Nebbett and Tani Fuga both coming off the bench to start along side Aston Croall. The only other change being positional with Tom Guest swapping positions with Chris Hala’ufia to start at number 8 and Hala’ufia on the blindside flank

Director of Rugby Dean Richard’s has chosen the half back pairing, which played in Quins’ A league match against Bristol United on Monday night, of Danny Care and Adrian Jarvis. Tosh Masson will start at inside centre meaning De Wet Barry drops to the bench. Hal Luscombe who keeps his place at outside centre will partner Masson, whilst Simon Keogh replaces David Strettle on the wing.

“Sunday’s match is a must win for Stade Français so they will have all the pressure on them, especially as the Heineken Cup will have been their main objective for this season. For us it is a great opportunity for the players to prove themselves,” said Dean Richards, Harlequins Director of Rugby.

“Although results haven’t gone our way recently, we can take a lot of positives out of the matches, especially from the way we played against Gloucester and Saracens.”