Tommy Bowe: Ireland wing out of Ulster's Champions Cup game against Harlequins
|European Champions Cup Pool 1: Ulster v Harlequins|
|Venue: Kingspan Stadium, Belfast Date: Friday, 15 December Kick-off: 19:45 GMT|
|Coverage: Commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra and BBC Radio Ulster MW|
Tommy Bowe has been ruled out of Ulster's European Champions Cup game against Harlequins on Friday because of a hamstring injury.
Ireland wing Bowe started at centre in Sunday's 17-5 victory over the Premiership club which reignited the Irish province's European hopes.
Rory Best and Luke Marshall both remain out for Les Kiss' side.
Ireland captain Best has a foot infection with centre Marshall still missing because of an Achilles injury.
Centre Jared Payne remains unavailable because of the headaches which ended his British & Irish Lions tour in the summer.
Payne, 32, has not played since the tour because of the injury which Ulster say is "not concussion-related" but involves the player suffering headaches following training sessions.
Back row Jean Deysel will not be considered for this weekend's game as he nears a comeback after injury but could feature in the Pro14 game against Connacht on 23 December.