Club co-captain Ryan Wilson will become only the second player in the professional history of Warriors to reach a double century of appearances this weekend, should he come off the bench in the Champions Cup match.
The 31-year-old is set to join Robert Harley in the exclusive club of those with 200 appearances in Glasgow colours, the pair having made their club debuts in the same match against Leinster at Firhill back in September 2010.
Head Coach Danny Wilson makes just the single alteration to the team that claimed a bonus-point victory over the Ospreys last weekend, as Jack Dempsey returns to the back-row as the Warriors go in search of a famous away win at the home of the English heavyweights.
Jamie Bhatti and Zander Fagerson continue as the starting props for the trip to Devon, with George Turner's all-action display against the Ospreys - the hooker making 55 metres with ball in hand - sees him retain his spot in the front-row.
Rory Darge continues at openside, with Matt Fagerson shifting to the blindside to accommodate the return of Dempsey; the Australian's tally of 31 carries leads all players in the Heineken Champions Cup to date, as the number eight looks to build upon his Player of the Match-winning performance from December's victory over Exeter at Scotstoun.
Having returned to action with a try-scoring cameo last weekend, Fraser Brown makes it a pair of co-captains amongst the replacements for the Warriors this weekend.
Duncan Weir provides the cover at fly-half, whilst Sebastian Cancelliere could make his European debut for the club if he comes on to the field tomorrow evening after being named amongst the replacements.
Speaking following selection, Head Coach Wilson told glasgowwarriors.org: "After a good result on the weekend and a good week's training, we are really looking forward to resuming our European campaign.
"After a good performance at home against Exeter, we know we'll need to go up another level to beat them at Sandy Park.
"There is an added motivation to tomorrow's game with Ryan Wilson being involved in his 200th game for the club. It's a massive milestone and something we have talked about a lot this week.
15 Josh McKay