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Robbie Fleck’s men endured a torrid tour Down Under with successive defeats to the Waratahs, Crusaders and Highlanders.
But they returned to the Mother City with a bang last Saturday, beating the Blues 37-20 and with a swagger to boot.
The Reds squeezed past the Jaguares 18-7 in Buenos Aires last weekend.
It means the Queenslanders have won three in a row following their opening day disaster against the rejuvenated Rebels.
The Brumbies and the Bulls have both been vanquished along the way in what has become a perfectly good start to the campaign.
Substitutes: 16 Dean Muir, 17 Steven Kitshoff, 18 Carlu Sadie, 19 Chris van Zyl, 20 Kobus van Dyk, 21 Sikhumbuzo Notshe, 22 Justin Phillips, 23 George Whitehead.
Reds team and injury news
The tourists make changes after defeat in Argentina, with hooker Alex Mafi starting for the first time this season.
Ben Lucas is afforded the same opportunity at scrum half as Duncan Paia’aua also returns at inside centre.
James Slipper will captain the side as he marks his 100th cap.