Quins come to Franklin’s Gardens sitting fourth in the Aviva Premiership table and having won their last half-dozen league matches.
And the second row says that they cannot be underestimated, regardless of the Saints’ own recent run of positive results that has seen them score 34 tries in the 11 Aviva Premiership matches played so far and be undefeated in domestic action on home turf.
“Harlequins are a quality side,” he said. “They’ve been up there or thereabouts for the last two or three years, and we know that they’ll probably be smarting a bit from us winning at their place in September.
“They’ll be coming here looking for a bit of revenge, so we’ll have to be doing our best not to let that happen.”
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The Saints Ticket Office re-opens on Thursday, January 2nd.