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Kellock and his Scotland colleague Morrison missed the back-to-back Heineken Cup clashes against Biarritz but return to the starting XV as Dan Turner and Andrew Henderson lose their places.
O’Young came off the bench in both games and replaces Sam Pinder, who features with Turner on the bench, where there is no place for Henderson.
Lineen saw his side beat the French giants at Firhill, and they came agonisingly close to doing the double over the Top 14 side.
And now the coach wants to see that form transferred to the Magners League, as Glasgow look to finish the year as Scotland’s leading side.
After eight rounds of games, Glasgow currently have a one-point edge over Edinburgh, and Lineen is relishing the Murrayfield battle, even though he knows Andy Robinson’s side will be strongly fancied.
“Both Edinburgh and Glasgow are teams that are making people all around Europe stand up and take notice,” said Lineen.
“Glasgow haven’t won in Edinburgh in a long time. Andy Robinson has done a fantastic job with them and they’ve won their last few games at Murrayfield so they’ll definitely be the favourites going into this one.
“I just want a bumper crowd along to see this game. I know there are quite a few people coming through from Glasgow and if our boys are to take anything from their experience in Biarritz, we have to win this game.”