Internationals Back For Saracens Clash

The Glasgow Warriors are back at strength this weekend for their European Challenge Cup quarter-final clash with Saracens at Vicarage Road, Watford (Sunday 1 April, 3pm) as Scotland internationals Rory Lamont and Euan Murray return to action. Coach Sean Lineen has made three changes to the starting side that lost 13-3 away to the Newport Gwent Dragons at the beginning of this month as Lamont replaces Sean Marsden at fullback, Justin Vaa?"a returns at loose-head for Kevin Tkachuk and Murray comes in at tight-head for Moray Low. In addition, Tkachuk drops to the bench where he is joined by Scott Lawson to replace Ben Prescott and Eric Milligan respectively while Colin Shaw takes the No 22 position previously held by Scott Barrow. Lineen said: a??This match presents a real challenge for us but one that wea?"ve been waiting for. Saracens are a quality outfit and play and exciting brand of rugby. Wea?"ve had two close games against them so far and on our day we can take this match. a??Ita?'s great to see Rory and Euan back in the starting line up. I know they will be keen to play well for their team mates and the Glasgow Warriors,a?? he added._ GLASGOW WARRIORS TEAM TO PLAY SARACENS 15 Rory Lamont 14 Hefin Oa?"Hare13 Graeme Morrison12 Andrew Henderson11 Thom Evans10 Dan Parks9 Graeme Beveridge 1 Justin Vaa?"a2 Fergus Thomson*3 Euan Murray*4 Andy Newman5 Alastair Kellock* CAPTAIN6 Steve Swindall7 John Barclay*8 John Beattie* Substitutes 16 Scott Lawson*17 Kevin Tkachuk18 Dan Turner19 Andrew Wilson*20 Donnie Macfadyen 21 Colin Gregor22 Colin Shaw * indicates member of the Scottish Institute of Sport Not available due to injury a?" Jon Petrie, Francisco Leonelli (both groin), Sam Pinder and Allan Kelly (both shoulder injuries). Pinder will be out for the remainder of the season following an operation to repair damage to his left shoulder. Meanwhile, winger Mike Roberts leaves the Glasgow squad by mutual consent today (Friday 30 March) and will join Leinster next season. Willie Brown (West of Scotland Institute of Sport) is the only National Academy players in club rugby action this week as he lines up at home for Hillhead/Jordanhill against Stirling County in previously postponed Premier Two fixture. The Glasgow Warriors are back at strength this weekend for their European Challenge Cup quarter-final clash with Saracens at Vicarage Road, Watford (Sunday 1 April, 3pm) as Scotland internationals Rory Lamont and Euan Murray return to action. Coach Sean Lineen has made three changes to the starting side that lost 13-3 away to the Newport Gwent Dragons at the beginning of this month as Lamont replaces Sean Marsden at fullback, Justin Vaa?"a returns at loose-head for Kevin Tkachuk and Murray comes in at tight-head for Moray Low. In addition, Tkachuk drops to the bench where he is joined by Scott Lawson to replace Ben Prescott and Eric Milligan respectively while Colin Shaw takes the No 22 position previously held by Scott Barrow. Lineen said: a??This match presents a real challenge for us but one that wea?"ve been waiting for. Saracens are a quality outfit and play and exciting brand of rugby. Wea?"ve had two close games against them so far and on our day we can take this match. a??Ita?'s great to see Rory and Euan back in the starting line up. I know they will be keen to play well for their team mates and the Glasgow Warriors,a?? he added._ GLASGOW WARRIORS TEAM TO PLAY SARACENS 15 Rory Lamont 14 Hefin Oa?"Hare13 Graeme Morrison12 Andrew Henderson11 Thom Evans10 Dan Parks9 Graeme Beveridge 1 Justin Vaa?"a2 Fergus Thomson*3 Euan Murray*4 Andy Newman5 Alastair Kellock* CAPTAIN6 Steve Swindall7 John Barclay*8 John Beattie* Substitutes 16 Scott Lawson*17 Kevin Tkachuk18 Dan Turner19 Andrew Wilson*20 Donnie Macfadyen 21 Colin Gregor22 Colin Shaw * indicates member of the Scottish Institute of Sport Not available due to injury a?" Jon Petrie, Francisco Leonelli (both groin), Sam Pinder and Allan Kelly (both shoulder injuries). Pinder will be out for the remainder of the season following an operation to repair damage to his left shoulder. Meanwhile, winger Mike Roberts leaves the Glasgow squad by mutual consent today (Friday 30 March) and will join Leinster next season. Willie Brown (West of Scotland Institute of Sport) is the only National Academy players in club rugby action this week as he lines up at home for Hillhead/Jordanhill against Stirling County in previously postponed Premier Two fixture.