DAN Robson is in line to make his 150th Wasps appearance as he starts at scrum half against Newcastle Falcons at the Coventry Building Society Arena this weekend.
Robson forms the half-back partnership with Jacob Umaga.
England trio Joe Launchbury, Jack Willis and Alfie Barbeary return to start in the forward pack.
Brad Shields joins Barbeary and Willis in the back row, while Elliott Stooke lines up alongside captain Launchbury in the second row.
Having returned from injury in the Premiership Cup last weekend, Malakai Fekitoa starts at outside centre. He forms the centre partnership with Jimmy Gopperth.
Zach Kibirige starts at full back, after scoring against Sale Sharks last weekend. Joining Kibirige in the back three are wingers Paolo Odogwu and Josh Bassett.
The front row is made up of Bomber Hislop, Gabriel Oghre and Biyi Alo.
Amongst the replacements, Vaea Fifita and Tom West return from the injuries they picked up against Northampton Saints.
They are joined on the bench by Dan Frost, Elliot Millar-Mills, Tom Willis, Will Porter, Sam Spink and Marcus Watson as the other replacements.
Wasps Starting XV
1 Robin Hislop
2 Gabriel Oghre
3 Biyi Alo
4 Joe Launchbury (C)
5 Elliott Stooke
6 Brad Shields
7 Jack Willis
8 Alfie Barbeary
9 Dan Robson
10 Jacob Umaga
11 Josh Bassett
12 Jimmy Gopperth
13 Malakai Fekitoa
14 Paolo Odogwu
15 Zach Kibirige
16 Dan Frost
17 Tom West
18 Elliot Millar-Mills
19 Vaea Fifita
20 Tom Willis
21 Will Porter
22 Sam Spink
23 Marcus Watson
Unavailable (8): Charlie Atkinson, Tom Cruse, Kieran Curran, James Gaskell, Rodrigo Martinez, Ryan Mills, Matteo Minozzi and Thomas Young.
Wasps clash with Newcastle takes place on Saturday, March 26 with kick-off at 3pm at the CBS Arena.
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