Three Changes In Glasgow Pack

Gordon Simpson, Nathan Ross, and David Hilton return to Glasgow's starting line-up tomorrow for the Bank of Scotland Pro Rugby Cup match against the Borders at Hughenden.Simpson and Ross replace the injured pair, Jon Petrie and Andrew Hall, respectively at No.8 and lock. Ligaments in Petrie's left hand were damaged during the first half of Glasgow's match against Edinburgh at Meadowbank last week, and Hall has a knee injury.Simpson and Ross each played as a replacement against Edinburgh last week. So did Hilton, who resumes as starting loose head, swapping places with Cameron Blades.Glasgow's back division, however, is unchanged, with Calvin Howarth continuing at stand-off and Ian McInroy given another run at outside centre. McInroy's appearance against Edinburgh was his first start in a competition match this season.Hughenden's pitch has been covered to ensure that tomorrow's match will go ahead despite the forecast of sub-zero temperatures for the second successive night. The match will kick off at 7.30pm.Glasgow's XV:15 Glenn Metcalfe14 Jon Steel13 Ian McInroy12 Joe Naufahu11 Stuart Moffat10 Calvin Howarth9 Andy Nicol (captain)1 David Hilton2 Gordon Bulloch3 Andrew Kelly4 Nathan Ross5 Jason White6 Andrew Wilson7 Donnie Macfadyen8 Gordon SimpsonReplacements:16 Fergus Thomson17 Cameron Blades18 Rory McKay19 Ben Daly20 Chris Black21 Barry Irving22 Rory KerrGordon Simpson, Nathan Ross, and David Hilton return to Glasgow's starting line-up tomorrow for the Bank of Scotland Pro Rugby Cup match against the Borders at Hughenden.Simpson and Ross replace the injured pair, Jon Petrie and Andrew Hall, respectively at No.8 and lock. Ligaments in Petrie's left hand were damaged during the first half of Glasgow's match against Edinburgh at Meadowbank last week, and Hall has a knee injury.Simpson and Ross each played as a replacement against Edinburgh last week. So did Hilton, who resumes as starting loose head, swapping places with Cameron Blades.Glasgow's back division, however, is unchanged, with Calvin Howarth continuing at stand-off and Ian McInroy given another run at outside centre. McInroy's appearance against Edinburgh was his first start in a competition match this season.Hughenden's pitch has been covered to ensure that tomorrow's match will go ahead despite the forecast of sub-zero temperatures for the second successive night. The match will kick off at 7.30pm.Glasgow's XV:15 Glenn Metcalfe14 Jon Steel13 Ian McInroy12 Joe Naufahu11 Stuart Moffat10 Calvin Howarth9 Andy Nicol (captain)1 David Hilton2 Gordon Bulloch3 Andrew Kelly4 Nathan Ross5 Jason White6 Andrew Wilson7 Donnie Macfadyen8 Gordon SimpsonReplacements:16 Fergus Thomson17 Cameron Blades18 Rory McKay19 Ben Daly20 Chris Black21 Barry Irving22 Rory Kerr