And while Munster coach Declan Kidney will welcome the experience the additions will bring it does mean that he is facing a few hard selection decisions.
Last weekends performance was hugely encouraging and very important in the context of the whole season. It has certainly put it up to any returning player. I suppose we have to get the balance right now between being fair to lads who did so well and, given that it s a six day turnaround, freshening up the side for what will be a huge game.
Remember we played them (Glasgow) twice last year and didn t manage to get a point so on their home patch they wont have any fears of us at all.
The Warriors opened their Magners League campaign with a 24-23 home defeat to Newport Gwent Dragons and last time out suffered a 31-17 reversal to Llanelli Scarlets at Stradey Park so motivation will not be a factor for the Scottish side.
Shaun Payne, Christian Cullen, Denis Hurley, Mossy Lawlor, Ian Dowling, Tom Gleeson, John Kelly, James Downey, Anthony Horgan, Eoghan Hickey, Jeremy Manning, Tomas O Leary, Gerry Hurley.
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