A matchday squad containing 15 internationals will run out under the Friday night lights for the club's first Guinness PRO14 outing in over a month, including the return of five players from Scotland duty in the first fallow week of the 2020 Guinness Six Nations.
Behind the scrum there's a familiar combination at half-back, with Peter Horne lining up at fly-half outside younger brother George.
Fijian international hooker Mesu Dolokoto could make his club debut from the bench tomorrow night, after being selected in a Glasgow matchday 23 for the first time.
Tim Swinson, Chris Fusaro and Ruaridh Jackson bring a wealth of experience to the replacements, whilst Kyle Steyn completes the club's contingent of returning internationals by taking the number 23 shirt.
Speaking ahead of his side's return to action, Rennie said: "The boys are in good shape. They've come back in after a bit of a break and we've prepared well. We've played really well over the last few matches, so it's good to have them freshened up physically and mentally.
"We've got a good side going out there, including five players back from Scotland camp. They've slotted back in seamlessly as you'd expect - they're guys that have played a lot of rugby for us over the last few months.
"We've got a few injuries at tight-head as well as Zander (Fagerson) away with the national side, but Oli [Kebble] put up his hand and was prepared to jump across. He's done a fair bit of scrummaging there recently and he's a big man who understands our structures. We're excited and think that he can do a job for us, whilst it also means we've got him and Aki (Seiuli) out on the field together.
"It's great to be back in front of our fans. Our home crowd is fantastic and the boys love playing at Scotstoun. We've got a really good side out on the field and we're hoping for a bumper crowd."
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Not available due to injury: Adam Ashe (calf), Bruce Flockhart (back), Siua Halanukonuka (calf), Sean Kennedy (ankle), Johnny Matthews (ankle), Kiran McDonald (hip), Robbie Nairn (knee), D'arcy Rae (hand), Grant Stewart (back), Brandon Thomson (calf) and George Thornton (ankle)