PARKER PEN SHIELD semi-finalists Pontypridd get back to league action tomorrow, when they take on Glasgow at Sardis Road.
Lynn Howells, who has been touted as an International class coach in recent days, makes sweeping changes to the side that demolished Saracens in London last week.
Only eight players make the starting fifteen, three of which move to different positions.
Glasgow have bowed to the request from the SFU and rest hooker Gordon Bulloch. This means Gavin Scott gets his chance in the front row.
Lock Nathan Ross replaces Jason White. Scottish International trio James McLaren,Tommy Hayes and Andy Nicol all return.
Pontypridd; G Wyatt; G Jones, S Parker, J Lewis, N Simpson; N Little, P John; D Bell, M Davies, S Cronk, M Owen, R Sidoli, D McIntosh, C Harris, G Remnant
Glasgow; G Metcalfe; J Steel, J McLaren, A Henderson, R Kerr; T Hayes, A Nicol (capt); D Hilton, S Scott, G McIlwham, S Griffiths, N Ross, R Reid, G Flockhart, J Petri
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