Owen Gustafson will make his Chinnor debut in tomorrow's South West 1 clash with Coney Hill at Kingsey Road.

The former Oxford Harlequins captain has won the nod over Luke Harding to start at scrum half as Chinnor bid to make it three wins out of three.

And after two hard-fought away victories, coach Jason Bowers is looking for his players to turn on the style on their home turf.

Bowers said: "Owen played for the seconds last week and did really well.

"It is a very close call between him and Luke at the moment, so we wanted to have a look at Owen as well.

"Luke hasn't played badly. It is just great to be in a position where we can pick from strength."

The other changes from the team that beat Bournemouth see Joe Winpenny return at loose-head prop and winger Pip Seymour replace Martyn O'Mahony (hip injury).

Bowers added: "Hopefully we'll have a good crowd, and fingers crossed we can put in a decent performance to three wins from three.

"We didn't play well last week and they know that, but we have worked hard in training to put it right.

"It will be good to be at home after all the travelling we have done.

"At least we have two of the furthest trips out of the way now in Weston-super-Mare and Bournemouth."

Gloucester's Coney Hill won South West 2 West last season, but have lost both their opening fixtures this time.

Oxford Harlequins host another newly-promoted club - ambitious Redingensians, who showed their strength by beating Maidenhead 38-5 last week.

Prop Chris Aldous had an impressive debut for Quins last week, but is unavailable, so Paul De Lange and Ed Mitchell are vying for a start.

Matt Broughan could partner Dave Payne in the second row after a strong showing off the bench.

Chris Alcock faces a battle to regain a back row spot after Paddy Soper, Matt Young and Ferdi Gerber all excelled last week.

Full back Pete Davies is out with a rib injury and will be replaced by either Ian McClure or Alistair McCormick.

Redingensians have landed a number of former Reading players this summer and will clearly fancy their chances.

Speaking after their victory over Maidenhead, director of rugby Gary Reynolds said: "What we have is an exceptionally strong squad that will get stronger.

"The way our pack has been playing at the moment, I'd say the only way to beat us is to throw the ball around."