Gordon Bulloch And Sean Lamont To Face Saints

Gordon Bulloch, the Scotland hooker, and his fellow cap, Sean Lamont, have recovered from injuries and are in Glasgow's team for the Heineken Cup round-one match against Northampton Saints at Hughenden on Sunday.A calf injury kept Lamont out of the Celtic League match against Ulster at Hughenden last Saturday. Bulloch strained an abdominal muscle during the first half of that contest.Lamont's return is Glasgow's only change in personnel from the team who started in the 34-20 win against Ulster. His fellow cap, Andy Craig, drops out from the starting XV, though he is on the bench instead of David Millard.Glasgow go into Sunday's match after that heartening victory against Ulster whereas Northampton have lost their past five Zurich Premiership matches as well as being beset by injuries, among them Steve Thompson, the England hooker. But Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, took a realistic view of those factors today."It's virtually the same team who beat Ulster. We performed well then," he acknowledged. "But we"ll need to be much better than we were against Ulster," he added."We have a back division who can threaten most teams, but we need quality ball."As for Saints" injury losses, the coach commented: "Northampton still have players available. We can't under-estimate them.'sunday's match will kick off at 1.00pm. Glasgow's team:15 Rory Kerr14 Sean Lamont13 Graeme Morrison12 Andrew Henderson11 Kenny Logan10 Dan Parks9 Sam Pinder1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Gordon Bulloch3 Lee Harrison4 Andy Hall5 Dan Turner6 Cammy Mather8 Jon Petrie (captain)7 Donnie Macfadyen Replacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Euan Murray18 Andrew Wilson19 John Beattie20 Graeme Beveridge21 Calvin Howarth22 Andy CraigGordon Bulloch, the Scotland hooker, and his fellow cap, Sean Lamont, have recovered from injuries and are in Glasgow's team for the Heineken Cup round-one match against Northampton Saints at Hughenden on Sunday.A calf injury kept Lamont out of the Celtic League match against Ulster at Hughenden last Saturday. Bulloch strained an abdominal muscle during the first half of that contest.Lamont's return is Glasgow's only change in personnel from the team who started in the 34-20 win against Ulster. His fellow cap, Andy Craig, drops out from the starting XV, though he is on the bench instead of David Millard.Glasgow go into Sunday's match after that heartening victory against Ulster whereas Northampton have lost their past five Zurich Premiership matches as well as being beset by injuries, among them Steve Thompson, the England hooker. But Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, took a realistic view of those factors today."It's virtually the same team who beat Ulster. We performed well then," he acknowledged. "But we"ll need to be much better than we were against Ulster," he added."We have a back division who can threaten most teams, but we need quality ball."As for Saints" injury losses, the coach commented: "Northampton still have players available. We can't under-estimate them.'sunday's match will kick off at 1.00pm. Glasgow's team:15 Rory Kerr14 Sean Lamont13 Graeme Morrison12 Andrew Henderson11 Kenny Logan10 Dan Parks9 Sam Pinder1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Gordon Bulloch3 Lee Harrison4 Andy Hall5 Dan Turner6 Cammy Mather8 Jon Petrie (captain)7 Donnie Macfadyen Replacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Euan Murray18 Andrew Wilson19 John Beattie20 Graeme Beveridge21 Calvin Howarth22 Andy Craig