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Ulster aiming to bully Warriors

WARRIORS coach Sean Lineen was an angry man after the Leinster-Glasgow Heineken Cup landslide last Friday. He had every right to be.

The Scottish franchise followed a guts-and-glory, last-ditch defeat of Bath for their fifth win in succession with a powder-puff physical effort at the RDS. They were blown away.

Lineen also warned of the challenge from "an incredibly physical" Ulster. Can they respond? They better.

The Northern province could have snatched a losing bonus point from Leicester. They are not far from being a feared opponent.

The lineout connection between Rory Best and Johann Muller was a sight for sore eyes. They were imperious at Welford Road. They just need to use the ball better.

Glasgow: S Hogg; D Lemi, T Nathan, G Morrison, F Aramburu; D Weir, H Pyrgos; J Welsh, P MacArthur, M Cusack, T Ryder, A Kellock (c), R Harley, J Barclay, R Wilson.

Ulster: A D'Arcy; A Trimble, D Cave, N Spence, S Danielli; I Humphreys, P Marshall; T Court, A Kyriacou, D Fitzpatrick, J Muller (c), D Tuohy, R Diack, W Faloon, P Wannenburg.

Glasgow Warriors v Ulster, Firhill Stadium, Tonight (KO 7.35) RTE 2

Verdict: Ulster