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TEAM NEWS: London Scottish vs Bristol Rugby

Tommaso Benvenuti is set for his first league start of the campaign when Bristol face London Scottish on Saturday (3pm KO).

The Italian international starts in midfield and is one of eleven changes to the side that beat Doncaster last weekend.

Only Nick Carpenter and Jack Wallace remain in the backline, as Luke Arscott, Ryan Edwards, Matthew Morgan and Martin Roberts return.

In the pack, Marco Mama keeps his place in the back row, while Ben Glynn continues in the second row. Mark Sorenson skippers the side at the Richmond Athletic Ground.

Bristol include Academy duo Andy Uren and Callum Sheedy among the replacements.

Bristol Rugby team to face London Scottish at the Richmond Athletic Ground on Saturday, 2 April (3pm KO):

Luke Arscott; Ryan Edwards, Tommaso Benvenuti, Nick Carpenter, Jack Wallace; Matthew Morgan, Martin Roberts; Kyle Traynor, Ross McMillan, Gaston Cortes, Ben Glynn, Mark Sorenson (c), Jack Lam, Marco Mama, Rayn Smid.

Replacements: Chris Brooker, Jamal Ford-Robinson, Anthony Perenise, Joe Joyce, James Phillips, Andy Uren, Callum Sheedy.

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