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Three changes for Warriors

Glasgow Warriors head coach Sean Lineen has made three changes as his side prepare to take on unbeaten Magners League leaders Munster at Firhill on Friday night.

Scotland prop Moray Low comes in for Ed Kalman, who drops to the bench, while Duncan Weir will start at fly-half in place of Ruaridh Jackson and Federico Aramburu returns on the wing in place of Hefin O'Hare, who is set to depart for the Commonwealth Games in Delhi as part of the Scotland sevens squad.

Weir will be making his first start for Glasgow as the Warriors seek to recover from last weekend's 19-17 loss to Connacht against Munster, who have a 100% record from three games.

"Munster are all about momentum," said Lineen.

"They are leading the Magners League and never play a bad game so I'm looking forward to what should be an awesome night."

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