This season has been a tough one for the Warriors and their fans. To paraphrase Toulon’s owner, Mourad Boudjellal – it’s difficult to go from Lorne sausage to chipolatas. One more chance then to keep the European campaign on track.
The Warriors are drinking at the last chance saloon in the Champions Cup. Here’s how they could still progress.
With Glasgow currently in the grips of some pretty atrocious weather the Warriors have to face the very real possibility of playing a second ‘home’
It’s a very different Glasgow line-up that takes on Racing compared to the side named back in November. Only 6 players take up the same positions with a 7th (Finn Russell) shuffled out from stand-off to inside centre.
On Top Of The Moon’s Burgher of the Match – Cornell Du Preez. The big South African was a menace in attack and defence. Scotland fans will
On Top Of The Moon’s Weegie of the Match – Jonny Gray. The stand out among the Warriors by a distance. Phenomenal work rate from the young