"There's no such thing as a dead rubber in rugby really, not even if it's a friendly. I wasn't surprised by Glasgow's win over Wasps - they're always capable of winning at home and it was a very strong performance.
"Their 9 played well, the pack and Kellock in particular were superb. They have a good set-piece and are well-coached. Their 10 is playing better and they were without some major players in Morrison, Barclay and Evans, although the last two may be back for our game."
And with the Welsh team being announced on Monday, Turner is expecting great things of Welsh outside bet Phil Price.
"Phil did a great job in Toulouse - he was up against a 20st prop in Census Johnston and did very well, and then they brought on another 18 or 19st guy to prop against him. He was excellent against Connacht and when we played the Ospreys away he gave Craig Mitchell a hell of a hard time. He'll have his work cut out against Moray Low but is showing signs of being a really quality player. He was our top tackler last weekend and his all round skills are very good."
Dragons Will Harries, Adam Hughes, Tom Riley, Ashley Smith, Aled Brew, Jason Tovey; Wayne Evans; Phil Price, Thomas Willis (Capt), Ben Castle, Luke Charteris, Rob Sidoli, Danny Lydiate, Gavin Thomas, Toby Faletau.
Replacements Steve Jones, Gethin Robinson, Pat Palmer, Scott Morgan, Lewis Evans, James Leadbeater, Pat Leach, Mathew Jones.