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Where: Scotstoun Stadium
When: 15.30 (GMT)
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The reigning European champion Toulons can secure a home quarter-final with victory at Scotstoun this afternoon in their Heineken Cup clash.
Toulon secured their place in the last eight with a late bonus-point victory over Cardiff Blues last week. However, that came after a home defeat to Grenoble in the Top 14, as well as below par performances on the road in the Heineken Cup at Exeter Chiefs and Cardiff.
Now Wilkinson, the third highest points scorer in the competition this season, has urged his team mates to build consistency as they aim for the league and Heineken Cup double.
“We were relieved after last week’s win because there had been a lot of pressure. But that was only the first step on a very long path,” said Wilkinson.
“The important thing is to find some consistency. Every time we train, every time we play, we get closer to finding it, we get better.
“We’ve alternated too often between winning and losing. You can’t build a season like that. If we don’t perform every week, we’ll be empty-handed at the end of the season.”
They face a Warriors side also struggling for consistency having won just five of their last 10 games.
However, they possess four of the most elusive attackers in the tournament in Nikola Matawalu, Sean Maitland, Ruaridh Jackson and Dth Van Der Merwe. And two wins over Exeter have left Gregor Townsend’s side in with a chance of snatching a place in the Amlin Challenge Cup quarter-finals as pool runners-up.
“In a way there is less pressure this week. We have Toulon coming and there is nothing to lose,” said Townsend. “The game was away from us out there (in Toulon) by the second half, but then we played some of the best rugby we have played all year and, if we can repeat that, then we have a chance at home.
“We know how difficult it will be because Toulon will be looking for a home quarter-final. They have great depth and quality throughout their squad, but we believe we can play better.”
Toulon hammered Glasgow 51-28 in their only previous tournament meeting last October.
Glasgow gained more metres (501) than Toulon (453) in Round 1, despite the home side spending over two minutes longer in possession.
Of the 15 players to successfully kick 15 + goals this season, Jonny Wilkinson has the worst success rate (73%).
On average, Glasgow have conceded more turnovers per game (19.6) than any other club in the Heineken Cup.