Glasgow have named an unchanged team for Friday night's Magners League clash with Ulster.
Head coach Sean Lineen has unsurprisingly stuck with the same XV which scored six tries in the 38-21 victory away to the Scarlets last time out as the fifth-placed Warriors look to cut the gap to inter-city rivals Edinburgh.
Lineen said: "It was a fantastic result a fortnight ago. We scored some great tries, but we can't afford to dwell on that too much.
"We've got four big games left this season, two of which are at home, so it's vital that the crowd play their part and really get behind the players.
"Our target this season was to improve on our fifth-place finish last year and we're so close to achieving that."
Lineen's selection means Ruaridh Jackson is preferred again ahead of Dan Parks at fly-half.
Colin Gregor, nominally a scrum-half, also retains the full-back jersey.
There is one change on the bench, with centre Andrew Henderson included for the first time since breaking his hand in January's famous Heineken Cup win in Toulouse.
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