Dragons head coach Paul Turner says his side cannot afford to be complacent when they take on Glasgow following their stunning defeat of Welsh rivals Ospreys.
Turner’s troops produced one of the performances of their season in their 28-20 victory over the star-studded Ospreys to strengthen their play-off push.
But Turner does not want it to turn into after the lord mayor’s show at Firhill.
He said: “Obviously the win over Ospreys was an important derby win but we can’t sit back and revel in that. We need to just move on and try to back it up with another important win.
“We haven’t won anything yet but that was a good start and we will be looking to push on from here.”
An impressive performance from Toby Faletau against the Ospreys sees him retain the No. 8 shirt with skipper Andrew Coombs packing down alongside him at number six.
Tom Riley is handed the inside centre berth, while Richard Fussell returns to the fold with a place on the wing.
Meanwhile, the Warriors make six changes for the encounter at Firhill as they look for their first win in six matches.
Chris Cusiter and Jon Welsh are injured so Mark McMillan will start at scrum-half and Kevin Tkachuk replaces Welsh at loose-head prop.
Fergus Thomson starts in front of Dougie Hall at hooker whilst captain Alastair Kellock returns from resting a shoulder niggle, while Colin Shaw replaces Peter Murchie on the right wing.
Glasgow head coach Sean Lineen said: “The Dragons are the form team in the league at the moment. They're winning games and play with a real energy all over the park.
“We have to earn the right to be in the top four. That only comes with consistency of performance and a lot of hard work.”