Glasgow Unchanged For European Match

Victory in France has been rewarded. The Glasgow XV will be unchanged for the return match against Montpellier at Hughenden tomorrow evening.Glasgow beat the French club 30-11 in Carcassonne last Saturday night in the first leg of the Parker Pen Challenge Cup first-round tie. It was the first time Glasgow had won a European tournament match in France, and now the coaches have given the team the confidence to stay together to complete the 'second half" of the work they started last weekend.Glenn Metcalfe, Scotland's World Cup full back, remains the only notable absence. "Glenn hasn't recovered from his knee injury," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, explained this morning. Stuart Moffat remains at full back.One change, however, has been enforced among the replacements because of Paul Dearlove's ankle injury in the Carcassonne match. Dearlove took a knock almost as soon as he joined the action as a replacement late in the second half. Roland Reid takes over as the back-row replacement for tomorrow's match.A small group of supporters travelled to France to see last weekend's cup-tie, and today David Jordan, Glasgow's chief executive, paid tribute to them. "I would like to thank our group of supporters who made the trip with us. There were only about 30 of them, but they certainly made themselves heard in Carcassonne. I know that they helped to inspire our players," he said. "I hope that there will be a hundred or more times that number at Hughenden tomorrow night to congratulate our victorious team and cheer them on to another win against Montpellier."Montpellier have made no fewer than nine changes in their starting line-up. The six remaining are Sylvain Jouve at full back, Frederic Charrier at outside centre, Jeremy Valls at stand-off, Jharay Russell as captain and No.8, try-scorer John Daniell at lock, and Laurent Armand at hooker. However, the seven replacements used on Saturday are all now in the starting XV. Of the named XV, only loose-head Jean-Michel Meunier and left wing Laurent Arbo did not play against Glasgow last weekend.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Teams:Glasgow "15 Stuart Moffat14 Rory Kerr13 Gareth Maclure12 Andrew Henderson11 Sean Lamont10 Daniel Parks9 Graeme Beveridge1 Euan Murray2 Gordon Bulloch3 Andrew Kelly4 Andy Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Cameron Mather (captain)8 Jon Petrie7 Donnie MacfadyenReplacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Lee Harrison18 Joe Beardshaw19 Roland Reid20 Sam Pinder21 Calvin Howarth22 Alan BullochMontpellier - 15 Sylvain Jouve; 14 David Bortolussi, 13 Frederic Charrier, 12 Murphy Taele, 11 Laurent Arbo; 10 Jeremy Valls, 9 Sebastien Buada; 1 Jean-Michel Meunier, 2 Laurent Armand, 3 Soso Nikolaenko, 4 Michel Macurdy, 5 John Daniell, 6 Sebastien Galtie, 8 Jharay Russell (captain), 7 Jerome Vallee. Replacements from Olivier Diomande, Mamuka Magrakvelidze, Pierre Tachella, Thierry Gras, Stephane Welch, Bertrand Guilloux, Yannick Saladie, Denis Navizet.Referee - Antonio Lombardi (Italy).Victory in France has been rewarded. The Glasgow XV will be unchanged for the return match against Montpellier at Hughenden tomorrow evening.Glasgow beat the French club 30-11 in Carcassonne last Saturday night in the first leg of the Parker Pen Challenge Cup first-round tie. It was the first time Glasgow had won a European tournament match in France, and now the coaches have given the team the confidence to stay together to complete the 'second half" of the work they started last weekend.Glenn Metcalfe, Scotland's World Cup full back, remains the only notable absence. "Glenn hasn't recovered from his knee injury," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, explained this morning. Stuart Moffat remains at full back.One change, however, has been enforced among the replacements because of Paul Dearlove's ankle injury in the Carcassonne match. Dearlove took a knock almost as soon as he joined the action as a replacement late in the second half. Roland Reid takes over as the back-row replacement for tomorrow's match.A small group of supporters travelled to France to see last weekend's cup-tie, and today David Jordan, Glasgow's chief executive, paid tribute to them. "I would like to thank our group of supporters who made the trip with us. There were only about 30 of them, but they certainly made themselves heard in Carcassonne. I know that they helped to inspire our players," he said. "I hope that there will be a hundred or more times that number at Hughenden tomorrow night to congratulate our victorious team and cheer them on to another win against Montpellier."Montpellier have made no fewer than nine changes in their starting line-up. The six remaining are Sylvain Jouve at full back, Frederic Charrier at outside centre, Jeremy Valls at stand-off, Jharay Russell as captain and No.8, try-scorer John Daniell at lock, and Laurent Armand at hooker. However, the seven replacements used on Saturday are all now in the starting XV. Of the named XV, only loose-head Jean-Michel Meunier and left wing Laurent Arbo did not play against Glasgow last weekend.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Teams:Glasgow "15 Stuart Moffat14 Rory Kerr13 Gareth Maclure12 Andrew Henderson11 Sean Lamont10 Daniel Parks9 Graeme Beveridge1 Euan Murray2 Gordon Bulloch3 Andrew Kelly4 Andy Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Cameron Mather (captain)8 Jon Petrie7 Donnie MacfadyenReplacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Lee Harrison18 Joe Beardshaw19 Roland Reid20 Sam Pinder21 Calvin Howarth22 Alan BullochMontpellier - 15 Sylvain Jouve; 14 David Bortolussi, 13 Frederic Charrier, 12 Murphy Taele, 11 Laurent Arbo; 10 Jeremy Valls, 9 Sebastien Buada; 1 Jean-Michel Meunier, 2 Laurent Armand, 3 Soso Nikolaenko, 4 Michel Macurdy, 5 John Daniell, 6 Sebastien Galtie, 8 Jharay Russell (captain), 7 Jerome Vallee. Replacements from Olivier Diomande, Mamuka Magrakvelidze, Pierre Tachella, Thierry Gras, Stephane Welch, Bertrand Guilloux, Yannick Saladie, Denis Navizet.Referee - Antonio Lombardi (Italy).