Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall says he now has second-row selection decisions to make after hailing Nick Isiekwe and Will Skelton’s performances against Harlequins.

Sarries claimed a 27-20 derby victory over Quins at London Stadium on Saturday, coming from behind to get the win in front of a near-43,000 crowd.

Isiekwe, playing at lock, impressed while Skelton grabbed the headlines with a man-of-the-match performance and a second-half double to help seal the win.

Sarries are hosting Glasgow Warriors in the Champions Cup quarter-finals on Saturday, with lock Maro Itoje due to return from knee ligament damage and George Kruis also available.

McCall commented: "We've got some selection decisions all of a sudden because Nick Isiekwe was magnificent. He called the lineout brilliantly and stole lineouts. He did really, really well.

"That's the longest game Will (Skelton) has played for us - 73 minutes. He was magnificent and it was almost as if he decided he'd be the difference in the second half.

"When he carries like that, with that type of industry in the opposition 22, he's a tough man to stop. We're chuffed with how he played."

Paul Gustard’s Harlequins came flying out of the blocks and led at half-time thanks to superb tries from half-backs Marcus Smith and Danny Care.

But Saracens so often come back strongly and Saturday was no different, as Schalk Burger powered over and Skelton twice proved unstoppable from short range, sealing an impressive comeback win for the defending champions.

"The players were really calm and clear at half-time about what we needed to do better," McCall added.

"There was a big curve ball just before half-time when they scored that try to make it 17-6, but the reaction of the team in the second half was fantastic.

"There was that curve ball and a couple of disallowed tries and we could have felt sorry for ourselves but we didn't and we became the kind of team we want to be.”