Scotland fly-half Dan Parks says the lure of home semi-final is all the incentive they need to defeat the Scarlets in their final regular season game.
The 30-6 defeat of Leinster last week wrapped up Glasgow’s place in the top four but will face a Scarlets side brimming with confidence following their record 58-10 defeat of Connacht.
But Parks, who has agreed to join the Cardiff Blues next season, maintains the prospect of playing at a packed Firhill can help fire them to victory.
“Scarlets obviously have come into a good game and had a really good result against Connacht so we will have to be close to our best,” said Parks whose Glasgow team sit just one point behind the Ospreys.
“We have had to be that way in our last couple of games to win games so we are going to need that again this week and fingers crossed we can out a good performance in because we have the play offs coming up and we need to be playing well when we get there.
“If we get a home semi-final then hopefully we will get a good crowd in. We have had no problems filling this beautiful ground because our support has been great all year.
“We had great support for the Edinburgh matches and it would be great if we got that support if there is to be a home semi-final.”