Glasgow coach Sean Lineen hopes his side can capitalise on starting their Heineken Cup campaign with a win by following it up with another success at Wasps on Sunday.
The Warriors kicked off their Pool Six challenge with a 21-13 success over Newport Gwent Dragons last weekend, winning their opening Heineken fixture for the first time since the 1997-1998 season, and Lineen has named an unchanged starting line-up for the trip to Wycombe.
"We need to look at this game and go 'what an opportunity'," said Lineen. "This is the first time for so long that Glasgow have won their first-up Heineken game, so for us this represents something special, maybe we can make a bit of history."
The only change in the Warriors' matchday squad comes on the bench, with flanker Calum Forrester replacing Alastair Muldowney.