In the first part of a home double – Tigers host Exeter Chiefs in Round 5 next weekend – two of this season's unbeaten teams meet in an intriguing encounter.
Defending champions Quins have maximum points from the opening three rounds, while Tigers have two wins and a draw going into Round 4.
Turnstiles for the match, together with the Junior Tigers Clubin Final Whistle and all bars and food kiosks, open at 3.30pm.
Welford Road is the first sports stadium in the UK to have a Domino's Ready 2 Go pizza outlet and one lucky pizza purchaser can win matchday hospitality for four people worth £750. Just look out for a Domino's Golden Ticket in your pizza box.
The Domino's outlet is on the top floor of the Caterpillar Stand, and this Saturday we’re opening a second ‘pop up’ unit on the ground floor. Domino's Pizza sellers also circulate inside the stadium.
Everyone who buys a pizza will receive a money-off voucher to purchase again at the match against Exeter Chiefs next Saturday.
Other new matchday catering options around the stadium include Flaming Good Burger, Frank’s New York Street Hot-Dogs, Henry’s Chicken and there is a Hog Roast stand in the Final Whistle.
Find out about Louis Deacon’s Benefit Year – including the supporters’ Pie & Pint Night on October 10 and Kings of Europe Dinner a week later – from the stall in Final Whistle.
And you can learn more about Deacs in an exclusive interview in the Tigers match programme. We’ve also got George Chuter’s Inside Line pages, a picture special from Tigers In The Park, all the news from Welford Road and two pages of puzzles in the Junior Tigers Club pages. The 100-page programme is on sale throughout the stadium, price £3.
If you are a season ticket holder and have not done so already, you can pick up your copy of the club's Official Review of 2011/12 from The Final Whistle on the way into the game.
The Tigers Club Store and ticket office are open from 9am, and extra shop points are open around the stadium during the afternoon.
Kick-off will be preceded by a minute’s silence in honour of Ulster Rugby player Nevin Spence who died in an accident in Northern Ireland last weekend. All supporters are asked to make their way to their places inside the stadium in good time to pay their respects.
Match tickets are still available for Saturday. Phone the Tigers ticket office on 0844 856 1880 or call in at Welford Road (open until 5pm Friday and from 9am Saturday). Or book online.
The collection point on matchdays for pre-ordered tickets is outside the ticket office in the corner of the Caterpillar Stand plaza.
Saturday is also the deadline for season ticket holders to book their usual seats for the Tigers match against the Maori All Blacks on November 13. Tickets are already on general sale for this fixture.
After the game supporters can enjoy live music with our resident band, Rock Bottom, in Final Whistle.
Tigers run five bus routes to home games in conjunction with Arriva Bus, departing from Market Harborough, Oakham, Nuneaton/Hinckley, Market Bosworth and Coalville. For more details and this week’s timetable, click here.