Searancke's preparations for the game have been hampered by Scotland's autumn internationals but he is happy that those Test calls underline the quality of his squad.
"It's great to have international players in the side. The more players we have in the national side, the better we can become. It will also give my players the chance to play in high-pressure games, which can only be beneficial for Glasgow Rugby.""If they are used to playing in big games for Scotland then they should be more composed when it comes to matches like Saturday's game against Ulster.""This is a winner-takes-all occasion. We're in the knockout stages now so there's a lot more at stake. Obviously you change your tactics slightly because if you lose then you're out it really is that simple."
"Ulster are a tough side, but they won't relish coming here. It will be a great occasion for the supporters and I'm sure they'll turn out in big numbers to support us. I think the key will be the team that manages to keep their composure will win the game. And if we can get an early break then our confidence should soar and we can take a grip of the game."
"We're finally becoming more organised both on and off the field and I think that shows in our rugby. We've finally embraced professionalism and a win on Saturday will be a further boost for Scottish rugby.