Andrew Wilson'S First Celtic League Start

Andrew Wilson will make his first Celtic League start when Glasgow play Bridgend at Hughenden tomorrow. Glasgow's coaches have handed the No.7 jersey to the 21-year-old as Donnie Macfadyen has been ruled out because of a hamstring injury during last week's 31-25 victory at Newport.Wilson, who joined the professional ranks from Aberdeen Grammar during the summer, has played in all six Glasgow matches so far this season, starting as blind-side flanker in the Belfast friendly against Ulster and appearing as a replacement in the five other games. The most recent of those was when he took over from Macfadyen at half-time in the Newport match last Saturday.Andy Hall, who, like Macfadyen, was capped on Scotland's summer tour to North America, returns at lock in Glasgow's only other change in the starting line-up. He replaced Nathan Ross during the Newport match, but tomorrow they will be in partnership against Bridgend, with Jason White switching to the replacements" bench. However, a player of White's reputation is sure to be utilised as an impact substitute during tomorrow's contest.Glasgow have won all three Celtic League games so far and sit on their own at the top of Pool B. A win tomorrow will preserve their 100% league record, but it will not yet be enough to guarantee them a place in the quarter-finals.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's XV:15 Stuart Moffat14 Jon Steel13 Alan Bulloch12 Tommy Hayes11 Glenn Metcalfe10 Calvin Howarth9 Andy Nicol (captain)1 David Hilton2 Gordon Bulloch3 Lee Harrison4 Nathan Ross5 Andy Hall6 Gordon Simpson7 Andrew Wilson8 Jon PetrieReplacements:16 Ben Daly17 Andrew Kelly18 Jason White19 Rory McKay20 Graeme Beveridge21 Andy Henderson22 Michael BartlettAndrew Wilson will make his first Celtic League start when Glasgow play Bridgend at Hughenden tomorrow. Glasgow's coaches have handed the No.7 jersey to the 21-year-old as Donnie Macfadyen has been ruled out because of a hamstring injury during last week's 31-25 victory at Newport.Wilson, who joined the professional ranks from Aberdeen Grammar during the summer, has played in all six Glasgow matches so far this season, starting as blind-side flanker in the Belfast friendly against Ulster and appearing as a replacement in the five other games. The most recent of those was when he took over from Macfadyen at half-time in the Newport match last Saturday.Andy Hall, who, like Macfadyen, was capped on Scotland's summer tour to North America, returns at lock in Glasgow's only other change in the starting line-up. He replaced Nathan Ross during the Newport match, but tomorrow they will be in partnership against Bridgend, with Jason White switching to the replacements" bench. However, a player of White's reputation is sure to be utilised as an impact substitute during tomorrow's contest.Glasgow have won all three Celtic League games so far and sit on their own at the top of Pool B. A win tomorrow will preserve their 100% league record, but it will not yet be enough to guarantee them a place in the quarter-finals.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's XV:15 Stuart Moffat14 Jon Steel13 Alan Bulloch12 Tommy Hayes11 Glenn Metcalfe10 Calvin Howarth9 Andy Nicol (captain)1 David Hilton2 Gordon Bulloch3 Lee Harrison4 Nathan Ross5 Andy Hall6 Gordon Simpson7 Andrew Wilson8 Jon PetrieReplacements:16 Ben Daly17 Andrew Kelly18 Jason White19 Rory McKay20 Graeme Beveridge21 Andy Henderson22 Michael Bartlett