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Try-scorer Tommy Seymour turned pilferer of opposition scores against Ulster last week but the Scotland wing knows that more will be needed to turn around Glasgow’s terrible record in Dublin.
Ross Ford can still get to 200 games played for Edinburgh if they reach the Guinness PRO14 play-offs, and the veteran hooker looks likely to play every part in the season finale as the capital club chase down a postseason slot.
Dave Rennie dismissed continuing speculation linking him with the Australian national job and said family issues would be the only thing that kept him from staying at Glasgow.
Edinburgh have “dusted themselves off” the disappointment of their Heineken Cup quarter-final loss and are ready to back it up in the final three Guinness PRO14 games to reach Europe again, says head coach Richard Cockerill.
Glasgow 30 Ulster 7: Centurion Gray leads Glasgow closer to home semi-final with another bonus point win
Jonny Gray marked his 100th Glasgow appearance with his best performance of the season and the man of the match award as the Warriors overcame Ulster to stay on course for a home Guinness PRO14 play-off.
Glasgow Warriors didn’t mince words among each other after their Heineken Champions Cup debacle last week, and if head coach Dave Rennie doesn’t see a response “you might not see much of them from now on”.