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Rob Harley returns from injury for Glasgow at Scarlets

By Ian Cameron
(Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Rob Harley returns from injury as Glasgow travel to Wales to face Scarlets. The Warriors’ record appearance holder will play his 260th game for the club and his first since December’s victory over Exeter at Scotstoun.


Hooker Johnny Matthews starts for the first time since October and winger Josh McKay is also back from injury as Warriors chase a sixth consecutive win in the United Rugby Championship.

Ally Miller is promoted to the starting XV after coming off the bench in the last three games while Jamie Dobie and Duncan Weir form a new-look half-back partnership.

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On the bench, Ewan McQuillin is in line for his first Warriors appearance since February 2020 while Ayrshire Bulls scrum-half Jordan Lenac is looking to make his second appearance almost a year after his professional debut.

Head coach Danny Wilson said: “Scarlets are a dangerous team and have some quality individuals – we’ll need to be at our best.”

“After five wins in a row in the URC we are looking forward to taking on Scarlets tomorrow in Llanelli. We’re pleased to welcome back Josh McKay and Rob Harley from injury.”

Glasgow Warriors: Ollie Smith, Josh McKay, Kyle Steyn, Sam Johnson, Cole Forbes, Duncan Weir, Jamie Dobie; Oli Kebble, Johnny Matthews, Simon Berghan, Kiran McDonald, Rob Harley, Ryan Wilson (CAPT), Ally Miller, Jack Dempsey


Replacements: Fraser Brown, Murphy Walker, Ewan McQuillin, Richie Gray, Thomas Gordon, Jordan Lenac, Ross Thompson, Stafford McDowall

Scarlets: Tom Rogers, Steff Evans, Johnny Williams, Scott Williams (CAPT), Ryan Conbeer, Rhys Patchell, Gareth Davies, Steff Thomas, Daf Hughes, Javan Sebastian, Sam Lousi, Jac Price, Blade Thomson, Dan Davis, Sione Kalamafoni

Replacements: Marc Jones, Kemsley Mathias, Samson Lee, Aaron Shingler, Carwyn Tuipulotu, Dane Blacker, Sam Costelow, Joe Roberts

Referee: Chris Busby (IRFU, 17th league game)
AR 1: Elgan Williams (WRU)
AR 2: Steffan Edwards (WRU)
TMO: Jon Mason (WRU)
Live on: Premier Sports, SuperSport & URC TV.



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