London Scottish may have made wholesale changes to the team that beat Munster A last Friday, but that does not mean forwards coach Tim Payne is not expecting success at Ospreys tonight.

Tries from Lee Millar, Andrew Turner, Chevvy Pennycook and Freddie Clarke saw the exiles to a 27-25 bonus point win in the British & Irish Cup last week to end a run of four straight defeats.

The Scots have made eight changes to that squad as they bid to put themselves in a strong position to qualify for the knock out stages from Pool Three.

Jack Cosgrove and Tyrone Moran both make their first starts for the club in the front row, while captain Mark Bright returns to the back row.

Scrum half George Horne makes a first start after an impressive debut off the bench against Munster and Craig Jackson comes in to partner Robbie Fergusson in the centres.

Jason Harries and Peter Lydon return to the starting line-up on the left wing and at full back and last week’s man of the match Aaron Morris moves to the right wing.

Forwards coach Tim Payne said: “We can take confidence from the valuable win over Munster last week.

“It’s always tough to travel to Wales, but we have to keep rolling on and keep moving forward.

“To get the bonus-point last week was great for us and we’ve put ourselves in a good position with some big challenges ahead of us.”