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Where: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
When: 19.05 (BST)
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The Reds have named flanker Curtis Browning to make his Super Rugby starting debut for Queensland as one of six changes to the team that lost to the Blues for Sunday’s clash with the Crusaders at Suncorp Stadium.
Browning, a former Australian Under-20 captain, has already played five games for the Reds, but never in the starting lineup. He will start at blindside flanker, in place of injured loose forward Eddie Quirk.
Also in the forwards, Ben Daley earns his third start of the season, replacing suspended prop James Slipper at loosehead. James Hanson will start ahead of Saia Fainga’a at hooker and Beau Robinson returns to starting openside for injured Liam Gill.
There are two changes to the backline that faced the Blues in Auckland last weekend. Dom Shipperley replaces injured Chris Feauai-Sautia on the wing.
This will be Shipperley’s first match since injuring his hip flexor against the Stormers in Round 7. Jamie-Jerry Taulagi returns to the starting lineup, with Rod Davies moved to the reserves bench.
Crusaders coach Todd Blackadder has made five changes to the starting team that beat the Brumbies for Sunday’s Super Rugby match against the Reds in Brisbane.
Blackadder has named Corey Flynn to start at starting hooker this week and Ben Funnell will take a spot on the reserve bench.
Lock Luke Romano has come off the bench to start at number 4 alongside Sam Whitelock.
Richie McCaw returns to openside flanker, with Matt Todd forced out of contention with a calf strain suffered against the Brumbies.
That sees Jordan Taufua move into the blindside flanker spot and George Whitelock come into the reserves.
Luke Whitelock retains the number 8 jersey while Kieran Read takes another week to recover from a head knock.
Rey Lee-Lo re-enters the midfield this week, taking the centre spot vacated by Kieron Fonotia after reaggravating a hamstring injury against the Brumbies.
Second five Ryan Crotty will again captain the side with McCaw as vice-captain.