Kiss calls on Henderson in time of need
Iain Henderson makes a timely return to action for the first time since December as Ulster travel to Glasgow's sold-out Scotstoun this evening (KO 7.35 BBC2NI).
The impact made by the back-five forward will have to by high given the lack of top-class quality in the front row.
Calum Black, Rob Herring and Ricky Lutton won't strike fear into the Warriors.
However, Franco van der Merwe and the hard-grafting Alan O'Connor, just back from injury, make up a sound second row partnership with Chris Henry and Nick Williams complementing Henderson in the back row.
There is a lot to like about Les Kiss's back division.
Ruan Pienaar and Paddy Jackson, on his 100th appearance for the province, need a smooth supply of possession for dangerous three-quarters.
Stuart McCloskey and Luke Marshall will look for the gain line, Craig Gilroy and Rory Scholes can finish out wide and Stuart Olding is a sniper in waiting from full-back.
Glasgow coach Gregor Townsend introduces 18 players involved with Scotland during the Six Nations.
They include out-half Finn Russell, who has recovered from concussion, captain Jonny Gray, who also missed out on The Aviva last week as well as full-back Stuart Hogg.
Glasgow: S Hogg; T Seymour, M Bennett, A Dunbar, S Lamont; F Russell, H Pyrgos; G Reid, F Brown, S Puafisi, J Gray (capt), L Nakarawa, R Harley, C Fusaro, J Strauss.
Ulster: S Olding; C Gilroy, L Marshall, S McCloskey, R Scholes; P Jackson, R Pienaar; C Black, R Herring (capt), R Lutton, A O'Connor, F van der Merwe, I Henderson, C Henry, N Williams.