Captain Alastair Kellock has called on his Glasgow side to go toe-to-toe with the Ospreys in their Magners League semi-final.
The Warriors will start as underdogs at the Liberty Stadium but the Scotland lock, who played in all five RBS 6 Nations matches this year, insists they won’t fear the star-studded Welsh line-up.
And Kellock, who helped Glasgow secured third spot in the table, believes the Scottish outfit head to Wales in fine form after their 37-32 win at Scarlets.
“It’s great to be in the semi-finals – we would have liked to have been at home but we’ve got momentum,” said Kellock.
“But now we are here we won’t be sitting back and being happy at being in the last four.
“We want to go and do ourselves justice and play to the best of our ability and if we do that we can win.
“We will have to be at our very best to win as they will get their best team on the park.
“They have a very physical pack. They also get good go-forward for their backs so we need to make sure we match that or better to provide the ball for our backs.”