Glasgow Call In Andy Craig

Glasgow have brought in Andy Craig as outside centre for the Heineken Cup match against Toulouse at stade Ernest Wallon on Friday evening. He replaces his fellow Scotland cap, Graeme Morrison, in the only change in the team who started the Heineken game that Glasgow lost against Northampton Saints by 9-13 at Hughenden on Sunday."It's a tactical switch for this game," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, said this afternoon. "Andy played well on the wing against Ulster a couple of weeks ago, and we want to use his experience."It will be Craig's third start since he joined Glasgow from Orrell during the summer. After a replacement appearance against The Borders he played at outside centre against Ospreys at Swansea and on the left wing in the 34-20 win against Ulster two weeks ago. Morrison is among the replacements.Glasgow's pack is unchanged for the fourth successive match. The eight forwards on duty for the Toulouse match also started in the Celtic League games against Munster and Ulster as well as the cup match against Northampton.Two forwards returning from injury, Euan Murray and Joe Beardshaw, have been added to the travelling reserves from whom the seven replacements will eventually be chosen.Friday's match will kick off at 8.30pm French time (7.30 BST). Glasgow's team:15 Rory Kerr14 Sean Lamont13 Andy Craig12 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 MacfadyenReplacements from Scott Lawson, Euan Murray, Andrew Kelly, Joe Beardshaw, John Beattie, Andrew Wilson, Graeme Beveridge, Calvin Howarth, Graeme Morrison.Glasgow have brought in Andy Craig as outside centre for the Heineken Cup match against Toulouse at stade Ernest Wallon on Friday evening. He replaces his fellow Scotland cap, Graeme Morrison, in the only change in the team who started the Heineken game that Glasgow lost against Northampton Saints by 9-13 at Hughenden on Sunday."It's a tactical switch for this game," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, said this afternoon. "Andy played well on the wing against Ulster a couple of weeks ago, and we want to use his experience."It will be Craig's third start since he joined Glasgow from Orrell during the summer. After a replacement appearance against The Borders he played at outside centre against Ospreys at Swansea and on the left wing in the 34-20 win against Ulster two weeks ago. Morrison is among the replacements.Glasgow's pack is unchanged for the fourth successive match. The eight forwards on duty for the Toulouse match also started in the Celtic League games against Munster and Ulster as well as the cup match against Northampton.Two forwards returning from injury, Euan Murray and Joe Beardshaw, have been added to the travelling reserves from whom the seven replacements will eventually be chosen.Friday's match will kick off at 8.30pm French time (7.30 BST). Glasgow's team:15 Rory Kerr14 Sean Lamont13 Andy Craig12 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 MacfadyenReplacements from Scott Lawson, Euan Murray, Andrew Kelly, Joe Beardshaw, John Beattie, Andrew Wilson, Graeme Beveridge, Calvin Howarth, Graeme Morrison.