Prop Adam Macklin and utility back Peter Nelson could also earn their first senior caps for Ulster. The 18-year-old Nelson has featured in the pre-season friendly wins over Neath and Harlequins.
Despite having nine players involved in the Rugby World Cup, Ulster can still call on the experience of Chris Henry, Pedrie Wannenburg and Dan Tuohy in the forwards.
The backs will be hoping for a repeat of the speed and flair they showed in the 22-5 victory over Harlequins last Friday night.
Glasgow will themselves be without eight players during the World Cup, including Scotland captain Alastair Kellock.
Former Ulster winger Tommy Seymour is now on Glasgow#s books and could make an immediate return to Ravenhill if named in their squad.
Ulster Rugby are reminding supporters that this season ticket zoning and scanning will be in operation at the ground.
Fans should check their tickets to ensure that are entering through the correct gate. Further details are available here.
If you are coming to Friday's game, avoid parking along Onslow Parade/Ravenhill Park and Mount Merrion Avenue as traffic control will be in operation.
ULSTER Squad (v Glasgow Warriors) - Backs (12): Paul Marshall, Ian Porter, Ian Humphreys, Paddy Jackson, Ian Whitten, Luke Marshall, Nevin Spence, Darren Cave, Peter Nelson, Conor Gaston, Craig Gilroy, Adam D'Arcy.
Forwards (17): Paddy McAllister, Callum Black, Jerry Cronin, Declan Fitzpatrick, Adam Macklin, John Burns, Andi Kyriacou, Nigel Brady, Dan Tuohy, Lewis Stevenson, Tim Barker, Neil McComb, Mike McComish, Pedrie Wannenburg, Chris Henry, Willie Faloon, Robbie Diack.