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In contrast Quins, who reached the quarter final during last year's controversial campaign, are rock bottom of the group with just one point.
But after seeing former London Irish boss O'Shea finally fill the gap created by Dean Richards' departure, Jones admits the London side will be a different proposition today.
"John Kingston said after last week's game that they are not driving up to Stockport to make up the numbers and I am sure the Quins players will be looking to impress their new director of rugby Conor O'Shea," said Jones.
"We came away from The Stoop with a bonus point win against a good side who love to attack you.
"In the first half last week we did a lot of things right but let our discipline slip after the restart and spent much of the second half defending our own line after being penalised 7-1.
"However I must say that our defensive line late in the game was magnificent, it was a real team effort."
Jones has named Dean Schofield and Chris Jones in the second row, Nick Macleod at full-back and Dwayne Peel and Charlie Hodgson wearing nine and ten respectively.
Quins opt for Aston Croall, Tani Fuga and Mark Lambert in the front row with Tom Guest replacing Chris Robshaw.
Karl Dickson retains the number nine shirt with Danny Care and Gonzalo Tiesi enjoying a weekend off, while Tom Williams takes David Strettle's place on the wing.
And despite last week’s 29-19 defeat at the Stoop, skipper Will Skinner insists Quins are in the perfect shape to get some revenge.
Skinner said: “We were obviously disappointed with the result last week. But the mood in the squad has been good this week and everyone is feeling positive about the game.”