Glasgow are boosted by the reformation of their Scotland back-row trio for the trip to Rodney Parade to play Newport Gwent Dragons on Sunday.
John Barclay and Kelly Brown are back on club duty after completing the RBS 6 Nations campaign with Scotland.
They join up with Johnnie Beattie, who was in the Scotland A squad for the matches during the championship.
The reformation of the 'Killer B's' breakaway unit is a big lift for head coach Sean Lineen as he attempts to secure success in Wales.
Scotland stand-off Dan Parks also returns to club ranks and will join up in the half-backs with Sam Pinder, who will play his 100th game for Glasgow.
In other changes for the Warriors, Opeta Palepoi pulls on the No.4 shirt while his fellow Samoa star Justin Va’a makes a return to the front row.
In the backs, Max Evans comes in for Lome Fa’atau meaning the Evans brothers, both Max and Thom, will start a game on the wings for the third time in their careers.
Graeme Morrison, who made a good impact for Scotland in the RBS 6 Nations, fills in as captain owing to the continued absence of regular skipper Ally Kellock.