Bulloch And Logan Return

Gordon Bulloch, Scotland's captain, and two fellow caps, Kenny Logan and Graeme Morrison, resume in Glasgow's starting line-up for the Heineken Cup return match against Llanelli Scarlets at Stradey Park on Sunday.Bulloch played the last quarter of the Heineken match that Glasgow lost to Llanelli by 26-29 at Hughenden last Sunday, and Logan was a first-half replacement in the same game. He took over at full back after 27 minutes in a rejigged back division after Andy Craig's ankle injury.Logan now starts at full back in place of Rory Kerr. Morrison, the Scotland centre who was unavailable for last weekend's match because of a back injury, resumes at outside centre in place of another Scotland cap, Craig.Glasgow also have two changes in the pack. Bulloch replaces Scott Lawson as hooker, and Andrew Wilson will be blind-side flanker, replacing Cammy Mather, who is doubtful because of an ankle injury.Mather is among eight travelling reserves. So is Jonathan van der Schyff, Currie's South African back-row.Glasgow will travel to Wales tomorrow with only nine backs - the seven in the starting XV plus Kerr and Sam Pinder. The backs" casualty list was extended by Craig's injury last weekend. In addition, Dan Parks, Glasgow's Scotland stand-off, has been allowed leave to go to Australia for his brother's wedding, and another outside half, Colin Gregor, is in South Africa with the Scotland seven-a-side squad.Even with a long casualty list, Glasgow had more players eventually to choose from that had seemed probable earlier this week, when several were suffering from stomach bug. Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, remarked the situation was such that he might have to have to consider listing forwards to play in the back division.'this business of naming a squad in September and then having to maintain it right through - it's crazy," he commented. 'the Heineken is one of the top competitions in world rugby. Are we doing it justice? There has to be flexibility.'sunday's match will kick off at 1.00pm. Glasgow team:15 Kenny Logan14 Sean Lamont13 Graeme Morrison12 Andy Henderson11 Gareth Maclure10 Calvin Howarth9 Graeme Beveridge1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Gordon Bulloch3 Euan Murray4 Andy Hall5 Dan Turner6 Andrew Wilson7 Donnie Macfadyen8 Jon PetrieReplacements from:Scott LawsonAndy KellyJoe BeardshawJohn BeattieCammy MatherJonathan van der SchyffSam PinderRory KerrGordon Bulloch, Scotland's captain, and two fellow caps, Kenny Logan and Graeme Morrison, resume in Glasgow's starting line-up for the Heineken Cup return match against Llanelli Scarlets at Stradey Park on Sunday.Bulloch played the last quarter of the Heineken match that Glasgow lost to Llanelli by 26-29 at Hughenden last Sunday, and Logan was a first-half replacement in the same game. He took over at full back after 27 minutes in a rejigged back division after Andy Craig's ankle injury.Logan now starts at full back in place of Rory Kerr. Morrison, the Scotland centre who was unavailable for last weekend's match because of a back injury, resumes at outside centre in place of another Scotland cap, Craig.Glasgow also have two changes in the pack. Bulloch replaces Scott Lawson as hooker, and Andrew Wilson will be blind-side flanker, replacing Cammy Mather, who is doubtful because of an ankle injury.Mather is among eight travelling reserves. So is Jonathan van der Schyff, Currie's South African back-row.Glasgow will travel to Wales tomorrow with only nine backs - the seven in the starting XV plus Kerr and Sam Pinder. The backs" casualty list was extended by Craig's injury last weekend. In addition, Dan Parks, Glasgow's Scotland stand-off, has been allowed leave to go to Australia for his brother's wedding, and another outside half, Colin Gregor, is in South Africa with the Scotland seven-a-side squad.Even with a long casualty list, Glasgow had more players eventually to choose from that had seemed probable earlier this week, when several were suffering from stomach bug. Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, remarked the situation was such that he might have to have to consider listing forwards to play in the back division.'this business of naming a squad in September and then having to maintain it right through - it's crazy," he commented. 'the Heineken is one of the top competitions in world rugby. Are we doing it justice? There has to be flexibility.'sunday's match will kick off at 1.00pm. Glasgow team:15 Kenny Logan14 Sean Lamont13 Graeme Morrison12 Andy Henderson11 Gareth Maclure10 Calvin Howarth9 Graeme Beveridge1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Gordon Bulloch3 Euan Murray4 Andy Hall5 Dan Turner6 Andrew Wilson7 Donnie Macfadyen8 Jon PetrieReplacements from:Scott LawsonAndy KellyJoe BeardshawJohn BeattieCammy MatherJonathan van der SchyffSam PinderRory Kerr