Kenny Logan Ready For Llanelli Match

Kenny Logan is expected to be fit for Glasgow's Celtic League match against Llanelli Scarlets at Hughenden on Friday despite his ankle injury during the Arms Park game against Cardiff last Saturday. But Glasgow's other Cardiff casualty, Rory Lamont, will be out of rugby until at least next month.Logan, Scotland's second most capped player with 70 international appearances, injured his right ankle during the first half of the Cardiff match, and though he completed the game the damaged leg was in a support when he flew home with the squad on Saturday night. A subsequent examination revealed that the ankle had been sprained.Logan has been Glasgow's captain in the past two league matches while Jon Petrie has been on international duty.Lamont, younger brother of Sean, the Scotland wing, damaged a hamstring in helping to prevent a Cardiff try on Saturday. He is receiving daily treatment, but it is too early yet to define precisely when he can return to full-time training.Friday's match opens a big weekend for Glasgow rugby, with the Scotland v Australia international being played the following afternoon at Hampden Park.Also, that Hughenden game will be the first of three matches between Glasgow and Llanelli before mid-December. They meet again in a Heineken Cup match at Hughenden on Sunday 5 December, with the return game a week later at Stradey Park.Kenny Logan is expected to be fit for Glasgow's Celtic League match against Llanelli Scarlets at Hughenden on Friday despite his ankle injury during the Arms Park game against Cardiff last Saturday. But Glasgow's other Cardiff casualty, Rory Lamont, will be out of rugby until at least next month.Logan, Scotland's second most capped player with 70 international appearances, injured his right ankle during the first half of the Cardiff match, and though he completed the game the damaged leg was in a support when he flew home with the squad on Saturday night. A subsequent examination revealed that the ankle had been sprained.Logan has been Glasgow's captain in the past two league matches while Jon Petrie has been on international duty.Lamont, younger brother of Sean, the Scotland wing, damaged a hamstring in helping to prevent a Cardiff try on Saturday. He is receiving daily treatment, but it is too early yet to define precisely when he can return to full-time training.Friday's match opens a big weekend for Glasgow rugby, with the Scotland v Australia international being played the following afternoon at Hampden Park.Also, that Hughenden game will be the first of three matches between Glasgow and Llanelli before mid-December. They meet again in a Heineken Cup match at Hughenden on Sunday 5 December, with the return game a week later at Stradey Park.