Last season a Glasgow Rugby record crowd of 5,000 turned up to seeUlster pip the home side 20-17 in the Celtic League quarter-finals.
Hughenden has a 5,500 capacity and the signs are that that figure could be reached for another Ulster visit - Glasgow Rugby urging fans to buy their tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
Gordon Hood, Glasgow's Marketing Executive, said: "The phones have beenreally busy with ticket enquiries. It promises to be a huge game and we're delighted to have gained the home draw. Now it's up to the Glasgow supporters to show how much of a fortress Hughenden can be!"
The visiting team are entitled to purchase 25% of the tickets and Ulsterhave intimated that they will take up their full allocation.
Hood added: "If you've never been to Hughenden for a match before, this is a great opportunity to come along and sample the electricatmosphere that is Friday nights with Glasgow Rugby."