Make or break for Glasgow

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But Townsend reck­ons it will be Mun­ster who are left quak­ing this time as the Scot­stoun faith­ful pre­pare to turn up the vol­ume.

“Our sup­port­ers are mag­nif­i­cent,” said the War­riors coach. “This is an un­com­fort­able place to play for the op­po­si­tion be­cause of the noise that is gen­er­ated by our sup­port­ers.

“It’s a great place for us to play, though, not only be­cause of the noise but be­cause of the con­nec­tion the play­ers and sup­port­ers have.

“It’s great to see all the dif­fer­ent songs the sup­port­ers in the East stand sing, es­pe­cially when the op­po­si­tion sub­sti­tutes are warm­ing up – last week it was the Hokey Cokey.

“As coaches, we sit and say what a bril­liant at­mos­phere. Satur­day will be a spe­cial at­mos­phere and that all helps to drive the play­ers for­ward.”

DIF­FER­ENT BALL GAME: Stu­art Hogg has a kick­about dur­ing train­ing, while , inset, Gregor Townsend is all smiles

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