The winner of this match will guarantee a home Play-Off, the losers will have to wait on other results.

Connacht have lost three of their last four matches in all competitions, but the three defeats have all been away from home. Connacht’s only defeat at The Sportsground this season in any tournament was to Ulster in the Guinness PRO12 on 26 December.

Glasgow Warriors top the table for the first time this season following their biggest ever Guinness PRO12 victory at home to Zebre last weekend. The Warriors have won their last nine encounters in the tournament since Ulster beat them in Belfast on 12 February.

Warriors have won their last eight fixtures against Connacht with the Irishmen’s most recent victory in the series being 37-8 in Galway in February 2011.

Connacht v Glasgow Warriors
Saturday 7th May
At the Sportsground, 3pm

Live on TG4 / BBC Scotland

Referee: Ian Davies (WRU, 47th competition game)
Assistant Referees: TBC
Citing Commissioner:  Eugen Ryan (IRFU)
TMO: TBC        

HEAD TO HEAD – RECENT GUINNESS PRO12 MEETINGS

Date Venue

C

G

Connacht scorers Glasgow Warriors scorers
Fri 3 May 13 Sportsground

3

20

Dan Parks(P) Stuart Hogg(C/P) DTH van der Merwe(T) Ruaridh Jackson(C/D) Sean Maitland(T)
Sat 2 Nov 13 Sportsground

12

19

Dan Parks(2P) Craig Ronaldson(2P) Duncan Weir(C/4P) DTH van der Merwe(T)
Sun 9 Feb 14 Scotstoun Stadium

6

8

Craig Ronaldson(2P) Mark Bennett(T) Ruaridh Jackson(P)
Fri 26 Sep 14 Scotstoun Stadium

21

39

Ian Porter(3C) Dave McSharry(T) Darragh Leader(T) Penalty Try(T) Henry Pyrgos(T) Duncan Weir(4C/2P) Stuart Hogg(2T) Mark Bennett(T) DTH van der Merwe(T)
Sat 25 Apr 15 Sportsground

13

31

Jack Carty(C/2P) Aly Muldowney(T) Stuart Hogg(T) Finn Russell(3C) Adam Ashe(T) Nikola Matawalu(2T) Tommy Seymour(T)
Fri 11 Sep 15 Scotstoun Stadium

32

33

Danie Poolman(T) Nepia Fox-Matamua(T) John Cooney(T) Jack Carty(3C/2P) Penalty Try(T) Glenn Bryce(T) Rob Harley(T) Rory Clegg(3C/4P) Scott Cummings(T)

 

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