Rory Kerr And Lee Harrison Return For European Match

Lee Harrison returns as Glasgow's tight-head prop for the Parker Pen Challenge Cup return match against Saracens at Hughenden tomorrow evening. A shoulder injury kept him out of the second-round tie's first leg, when Glasgow lost 6-37 at Vicarage Road, Watford, on Sunday.Harrison takes over from Matt Proudfoot, and in the only other change in the starting line-up Rory Kerr will be at full back instead of Stuart Moffat. Kerr played at Watford as second-half replacement for Moffat.Commenting on Kerr's recall, Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, remarked: "We"re just changing it a wee bit. We"re looking to do something different."Kerr is essentially a wing threequarter, with three Scotland caps in that role, most recently the pre-World Cup international against Wales in Cardiff in August. However, he is no stranger to the full-back position. Of his 11 starts for Glasgow this season, three have been at full back, including the opening-day victory against Cardiff at Hughenden the weekend after his Cardiff international.Gordon Bulloch, Glasgow's Scotland hooker, and his national deputy, Robbie Russell, will resume the head-to-head duel that they contested in the second half of Sunday's first leg. Russell has been promoted to start as Saracens" hooker in place of Raphael Ibanez.In all, Saracens have made four changes in personnel from their team who started Sunday's match at Vicarage Road, leaving out three international forwards, Taine Randell and Cobus Visagie as well as Ibanez.Ben Broster and Morgan Williams, second-half replacements on Sunday, remain in the XV, respectively replacing Visagie at tight head and Kyran Bracken at scrum half. However, Bracken, the England scrum half, is among the replacements. Ben Russell switches to No.8 in place of Randell, with Kris Chesney returning as open-side flanker.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Teams:Glasgow15 Rory Kerr14 Gareth Maclure13 Graeme Morrison12 Andrew Henderson11 Sean Lamont10 Dan Parks9 Graeme Beveridge1 Euan Murray2 Gordon Bulloch3 Lee Harrison4 Andrew Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Cameron Mather (captain)8 Jon Petrie7 Donnie MacfadyenReplacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Andrew Kelly18 Rory McKay19 Roland Reid20 Sam Pinder21 Calvin Howarth22 Stuart MoffatSaracens - Richard Haughton; Denis Cech, Paul Bailey, Ben Johnston, Darragh O"Mahony; Thomas Castaignede, Morgan Williams; Steven Sparks, Robbie Russell, Ben Broster, Simon Raiwalui (captain), Alex Codling, Ben Skirving, Ben Russell, Kris Chesney. Replacements - Johnny Marsters, James Parkes, Craig Yandell, Ryan Peacey, Kyran Bracken, Nicky Little, Daniel Legge.Referee - Didier Mene (France).Lee Harrison returns as Glasgow's tight-head prop for the Parker Pen Challenge Cup return match against Saracens at Hughenden tomorrow evening. A shoulder injury kept him out of the second-round tie's first leg, when Glasgow lost 6-37 at Vicarage Road, Watford, on Sunday.Harrison takes over from Matt Proudfoot, and in the only other change in the starting line-up Rory Kerr will be at full back instead of Stuart Moffat. Kerr played at Watford as second-half replacement for Moffat.Commenting on Kerr's recall, Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, remarked: "We"re just changing it a wee bit. We"re looking to do something different."Kerr is essentially a wing threequarter, with three Scotland caps in that role, most recently the pre-World Cup international against Wales in Cardiff in August. However, he is no stranger to the full-back position. Of his 11 starts for Glasgow this season, three have been at full back, including the opening-day victory against Cardiff at Hughenden the weekend after his Cardiff international.Gordon Bulloch, Glasgow's Scotland hooker, and his national deputy, Robbie Russell, will resume the head-to-head duel that they contested in the second half of Sunday's first leg. Russell has been promoted to start as Saracens" hooker in place of Raphael Ibanez.In all, Saracens have made four changes in personnel from their team who started Sunday's match at Vicarage Road, leaving out three international forwards, Taine Randell and Cobus Visagie as well as Ibanez.Ben Broster and Morgan Williams, second-half replacements on Sunday, remain in the XV, respectively replacing Visagie at tight head and Kyran Bracken at scrum half. However, Bracken, the England scrum half, is among the replacements. Ben Russell switches to No.8 in place of Randell, with Kris Chesney returning as open-side flanker.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Teams:Glasgow15 Rory Kerr14 Gareth Maclure13 Graeme Morrison12 Andrew Henderson11 Sean Lamont10 Dan Parks9 Graeme Beveridge1 Euan Murray2 Gordon Bulloch3 Lee Harrison4 Andrew Hall5 Nathan Ross6 Cameron Mather (captain)8 Jon Petrie7 Donnie MacfadyenReplacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Andrew Kelly18 Rory McKay19 Roland Reid20 Sam Pinder21 Calvin Howarth22 Stuart MoffatSaracens - Richard Haughton; Denis Cech, Paul Bailey, Ben Johnston, Darragh O"Mahony; Thomas Castaignede, Morgan Williams; Steven Sparks, Robbie Russell, Ben Broster, Simon Raiwalui (captain), Alex Codling, Ben Skirving, Ben Russell, Kris Chesney. Replacements - Johnny Marsters, James Parkes, Craig Yandell, Ryan Peacey, Kyran Bracken, Nicky Little, Daniel Legge.Referee - Didier Mene (France).