Five of the squad set to step out on to the field tomorrow night are in line for their first appearance in Glasgow colours, as the Warriors go in search of a first victory over their hosts at the Kingspan Stadium since September 2013.
Amongst the potential debutants are on-loan loose-head Brad Thyer and summer arrival Simon Berghan, with the props lining up either side of the McCrea Financial Services Warrior of the Month for September, Johnny Matthews, in the front-row.
An all-international second-row partnership sees Richie Gray pack down alongside Scott Cummings in the engine room, with the former set for his first start at Scotstoun since March's 46-25 victory over Benetton in the final match of the 2020/21 Guinness PRO14.
Australian international Jack Dempsey is another who will make his club debut in Belfast tomorrow night, as the summer signing lines up alongside Rory Darge and club co-captain Ryan Wilson in the back-row.
Behind the scrum, another all-international combination sees George Horne partner the returning Duncan Weir in the half-backs, as the fly-half makes his first competitive appearance for the Warriors since 2016.
One further debut could be forthcoming amongst the replacements, as Murray McCallum is set for his first Glasgow outing from the bench tomorrow night.
Lewis Bean is named in a competitive matchday squad for the first time since joining the club on a permanent basis, whilst the sole survivor from the 2013 win in Belfast, Robert Harley, wears the number 20 jersey.
The replacement backs have an average age of 21, with replacement scrum-half Jamie Dobie the youngest of the trio selected by Wilson and his coaching team.
Speaking following selection, Head Coach Wilson told glasgowwarriors.org: "We are looking forward to the challenge of Ulster tomorrow night.
"We are pleased with how our pre-season preparations have gone. Our games against Newcastle and Worcester gave us the opportunity to look at a number of combinations and players.
"Ulster are a physical side and we expect a big battle up front and in and around the breakdown."
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