Parks Resumes At Stand-Off Against Toulouse

Dan Parks, Scotland's current stand-off, returns to Glasgow's starting line-up tomorrow evening, as do two fellow Scotland caps, Andy Craig and Cammy Mather. Glasgow have recalled the trio in a much-changed team for the Heineken Cup match against Toulouse at Hughenden.Calvin Howarth had been preferred as Glasgow's outside half throughout last month even after Parks had returned from Scotland duty in the November internationals. However, Glasgow have now switched Howarth to full back as the three most recent incumbents are unavailable - Kenny Logan and Rory Kerr are injured whereas Colin Shaw, Glasgow Hawks" full back, is not in Glasgow's nominated European squad.Logan had fully recovered from his head-on collision with David Hodges in the Heineken match at Llanelli three weeks ago. It is now a neck strain that is keepingAnkle injuries have kept Craig and Mather out of the team since the Heineken match against Llanelli at Hughenden a month ago. In all, Glasgow have made nine changes, six in personnel, three positional, from the team who started in the Celtic League defeat by Edinburgh at Murrayfield a week past Monday. Gareth Maclure, Sam Pinder, and Joe Beardshaw also have been recalled whereas Donnie Macfadyen, Scotland's open-side flanker, and Andy Hall are unavailable because of injury. Glasgow's changes are:Parks at stand-off, with Howarth switching to full back to replace Shaw.Maclure on the right wing for Rory Lamont, who, like Shaw, is ineligible for European matches.Craig at outside centre, with Graeme Morrison moving to inside centre in place of Andy Henderson, who has been rested, though included among the replacements.Pinder at scrum half instead of Graeme Beveridge.Mather at blind side, with Andrew Wilson transferring to open side in place of Macfadyen, who has a knee injury.Beardshaw at lock for Hall, who has a thigh injury.Two long-term absentees, Paul Dearlove and David Millard, return to the squad as replacements. A leg break has kept Dearlove out since late September, and Millard's jaw was fractured in November."No one really enjoys conditions like this. But the weather should be more advantageous to us," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, acknowledged after the final pre-match training run at the Palace of Art.That session was switched to an all-weather pitch to save Hughenden for tomorrow's match. However, David Jordan, Glasgow's chief executive, confirmed today that the match would go ahead as planned at Hughenden despite the recent wet weather. 'the pitch is wet, of course, but it's fine," he explained.Before tomorrow's game a minute's silence will be observed for the casualties of the south-east Asia tsunami. Also, spectators will be invited to contribute to a bucket collection for the disaster funds.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's team:15 Calvin Howarth14 Gareth Maclure13 Andy Craig12 Graeme Morrison11 Sean Lamont10 Dan Parks9 Sam Pinder1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Gordon Bulloch3 Lee Harrison4 Joe Beardshaw5 Dan Turner6 Cammy Mather7 Andrew Wilson8 Jon Petrie (captain)Replacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Andrew Kelly18 Paul Dearlove19 John Beattie20 Graeme Beveridge21 Andy Henderson22 David MillardDan Parks, Scotland's current stand-off, returns to Glasgow's starting line-up tomorrow evening, as do two fellow Scotland caps, Andy Craig and Cammy Mather. Glasgow have recalled the trio in a much-changed team for the Heineken Cup match against Toulouse at Hughenden.Calvin Howarth had been preferred as Glasgow's outside half throughout last month even after Parks had returned from Scotland duty in the November internationals. However, Glasgow have now switched Howarth to full back as the three most recent incumbents are unavailable - Kenny Logan and Rory Kerr are injured whereas Colin Shaw, Glasgow Hawks" full back, is not in Glasgow's nominated European squad.Logan had fully recovered from his head-on collision with David Hodges in the Heineken match at Llanelli three weeks ago. It is now a neck strain that is keepingAnkle injuries have kept Craig and Mather out of the team since the Heineken match against Llanelli at Hughenden a month ago. In all, Glasgow have made nine changes, six in personnel, three positional, from the team who started in the Celtic League defeat by Edinburgh at Murrayfield a week past Monday. Gareth Maclure, Sam Pinder, and Joe Beardshaw also have been recalled whereas Donnie Macfadyen, Scotland's open-side flanker, and Andy Hall are unavailable because of injury. Glasgow's changes are:Parks at stand-off, with Howarth switching to full back to replace Shaw.Maclure on the right wing for Rory Lamont, who, like Shaw, is ineligible for European matches.Craig at outside centre, with Graeme Morrison moving to inside centre in place of Andy Henderson, who has been rested, though included among the replacements.Pinder at scrum half instead of Graeme Beveridge.Mather at blind side, with Andrew Wilson transferring to open side in place of Macfadyen, who has a knee injury.Beardshaw at lock for Hall, who has a thigh injury.Two long-term absentees, Paul Dearlove and David Millard, return to the squad as replacements. A leg break has kept Dearlove out since late September, and Millard's jaw was fractured in November."No one really enjoys conditions like this. But the weather should be more advantageous to us," Hugh Campbell, Glasgow's head coach, acknowledged after the final pre-match training run at the Palace of Art.That session was switched to an all-weather pitch to save Hughenden for tomorrow's match. However, David Jordan, Glasgow's chief executive, confirmed today that the match would go ahead as planned at Hughenden despite the recent wet weather. 'the pitch is wet, of course, but it's fine," he explained.Before tomorrow's game a minute's silence will be observed for the casualties of the south-east Asia tsunami. Also, spectators will be invited to contribute to a bucket collection for the disaster funds.Tomorrow's match will kick off at 7.30pm. Glasgow's team:15 Calvin Howarth14 Gareth Maclure13 Andy Craig12 Graeme Morrison11 Sean Lamont10 Dan Parks9 Sam Pinder1 Kevin Tkachuk2 Gordon Bulloch3 Lee Harrison4 Joe Beardshaw5 Dan Turner6 Cammy Mather7 Andrew Wilson8 Jon Petrie (captain)Replacements:16 Scott Lawson17 Andrew Kelly18 Paul Dearlove19 John Beattie20 Graeme Beveridge21 Andy Henderson22 David Millard