Both of these teams have already been eliminated from the competition with Paul Turner’s Dragons at the foot of the table and the Warriors ahead of them by just two points ahead of the battle at the Firhill Arena.

The Warriors will be in confident mood after picking up a shock win in the last round away to Toulouse.
However the last time that these two teams met in this competition, Newport came out on top, winning the game 32-22 at Rodney Parade. The Welsh team will also gain a confidence boost from beating the Warriors in their Magners League clash earlier this month.

Bookies favourite Glasgow are likely to make just only one change to the team that won in the south of France with the injured Tim Barker replaced by Opeta Palepoi.