**Ulster will be looking to continue their unbeaten start to the season and keep pace with Leinster at the top of Conference A when they welcome Glasgow Warriors to Kingspan on Monday night.** \n\nDan McFarland’s side have hit the ground running in the current campaign and haven’t tasted defeat in the Championship since their Guinness PRO14 Final defeat to Leinster last season.\n\nThe outlook has been much different for Warriors, who only have a single success to their name this season and come into this one off the back of defeats to Leinster and Ospreys.\n\nWith a raft of players unavailable to head coach Danny Wilson, the visitors will be relying on their squad depth to give them a chance of victory. \n\n**What’s at stake?**\n\nNothing seems to be getting in the way of the behemoth that is Ulster this season, with McFarland’s side disposing of teams at will in the early stages of the new campaign. \n\nLast week’s 11-7 victory over Cardiff Blues was as close as any side has got to defeating them so far, with Michael Lowry’s try and six points from John Cooney proving the difference. \n\nThe hosts will be looking for another victory to keep pace with Leinster at the top of Conference A, with neither side giving an inch in the battle for supremacy at the top of the table.