DRAGONS coach Hendre Marnitz is thrilled to have two Wales aces back in the mix for tomorrow’s clash with Glasgow after centre Tyler Morgan’s return from injury and wing Hallam Amos’ release from Six Nations duty.

Amos will enjoy his first match action since suffering an ankle strain in the Boxing Day derby defeat to Cardiff Blues at Rodney Parade.

The 23-year-old will return to action against the Warriors at Rodney Parade in the Guinness PRO14 after being overlooked for the Wales side that will take on England at Twickenham on Saturday.

The 15-times capped speedster had a tremendous autumn campaign in which he scored against Australia and Georgia and caught the eye versus New Zealand and South Africa.

However, the injury in the festive derby saw him lose out to the back three of Leigh Halfpenny, Josh Adams and Steff Evans for the Six Nations opener at Scotland.

Amos’ aim will be to produce a performance to give Warren Gatland a selection quandary for the round three trip to Ireland in a fortnight.

Speaking on Tuesday, defence coach Marnitz said they would have no qualms about throwing Amos straight into the Dragons side despite him spending the early part of the week in Test camp.

“Hallam could slot in at short notice, he has been with us for a while and is familiar with how we play – you could pick him at wing, full-back or outside centre. I don’t think it would be difficult for him to slot in if we get the good news,” said the South African.

Amos will provide the Rodney Parade region with extra cutting edge and so could his international teammate Tyler Morgan, who will hope to play a part after making his return from injury last weekend.

The four-times capped centre came off the bench in the Anglo-Welsh Cup win against Worcester after three months on the sidelines with an ankle injury that forced him to pull out of the Wales squad for the autumn internationals.

Morgan immediately showed signs of his quality with a powerful outside break and then the match-winning try from a clever Zane Kirchner grubber kick.

“It’s always good to have your international players back,” said Marnitz. “We all know that Tyler is a special player with loads of X-factor.

“It’s good to have him back and the club to have a very competitive environment. Suddenly there are a lot of players competing for a couple of positions, which lifts training and the environment.

“Jarryd Sage and Connor Edwards did well against Worcester, Jack Dixon and Adam Warren were very good against Bordeaux-Begles and Sam Beard has had a couple of good games.”

The Dragons name their team at midday with several senior figures - centres Warren and Dixon, tighthead Lloyd Fairbrother and fly-half Gavin Henson - likely to return after sitting out the Anglo-Welsh Cup.

Teenage Dan Babos could also feature alongside scrum-half Sarel Pretorius after being left out of the Wales Under-20s side that will take on England in Newcastle.

The Dragons currently sit one from bottom in Conference B of the PRO14 while Glasgow top Conference A and have lost just once in the league this season, to Edinburgh at Murrayfield on December 23.

They are without a glut of Scotland stars but in the autumn made light of having 14 players missing by romping to a 47-6 win at the Ospreys.

l Dragons loosehead Phil Price has had his loan extended by the Scarlets.

The PRO14 champions brought in the experienced prop for the Anglo-Welsh Cup to cover for the absence of Wales front rowers Rob Evans and Wyn Jones.

The 29-year-old played against Harlequins and Sale Sharks and will stay with the west Walians for February with the aim of earning a full-time deal.

Price is sixth on the Dragons’ list of appearance makers with 159 outings and only one prop, Adam Black on 163, has played more times.

However, the front rower from Bridgend has been out in the cold this season with just two substitute appearances, at Edinburgh and Ulster in September.