<1r>There is no doubt that this weekend Leicester will be an extremely tough side to beat when they make the trip down the M1 to the Stoop. With a team that boasts strength in depth, including the likes of international stars Martin Corry, Geordan Murphy, Aaron Mauger and a total of 19 other players who have represented their countries, there is a huge amount of talent to watch.
Harlequins, on the other hand, have a win under their belts against Worcester and an impressive record at home so far this season. With only one loss (against Saracens - although gaining a losing bonus point), they are looking to keep that form.
Head Coach Andy Friend is looking forward to the Tigers' visit:
"Christmas came late for us, but we couldn't have asked for a better present. No matter how hard you try, sometimes things just don't go your way. Thankfully, last Saturday we were rewarded.
"We really deserved the win, and two players who really shone for me were Mike Ross and Ollie Kohn. They don't usually get the spotlight, but they played fantastically on Saturday.
"When we sat down at the beginning of the year and set out our plans, one of them was to beat the top teams. We started well with Wasps, and Leicester are the next big challenge. We are looking to start the New Year with a win."
With Leicester and Quins sitting in 5th and 6th positions, and only 1 point separating the two, the London team will be looking to send the Tigers back Northwards with their tails between their legs.
If you haven't bought your tickets for this Sunday, and want to see Harlequins take on Leicester (kick off 1.15pm) , there are tickets available, but they are extremely limited, so call the ticket office now on 0208 410 6000.
Harlequins fan Ed Atkin won the Etihad Airways 'Up and Under' competition at the Northampton Saints game. As a result, he and a friend have won a holiday to Abu Dhabi courtesy of Etihad Airways and the Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority.