Glasgow will focus on recovery after a bonus-point win over Lyon in the first part of their Heineken Champions Cup double-header against the Top 14 side.

Two tries from Adam Ashe and one each from George Horne, Stuart Hogg and Huw Jones helped Warriors to an emphatic 42-22 triumph in France.

Warriors moved top of Pool 3 at the halfway stage but a physical encounter on a muddy pitch at the Stade de Gerland took its toll ahead of the return match at Scotstoun next Saturday.

Head coach Dave Rennie said: "It's a beautiful stadium but the pitch is pretty heavy, the ground was getting churned up at every scrum.

"We're used to a firm surface at home so we've got some pretty tired legs especially because it was such a physical game. Lyon like to play a lot of footy and they challenged us all over the park.

"We'll put a very strong side on the field next week and there will be
changes. There is not an awful lot between a lot of our boys and we want to reward performance and provide opportunities.

"There will be a handful of changes, but we'll be putting out a good a side as possible to get the job done."