THE TIGERS have it all to do in the second leg if they want to keep their Knockout Cup hopes alive after a heavy defeat at holders Kings Lynn.
The English side gave warning of their intentions when they led in Sunday's scheduled first leg at Ashfield - only for a hail shower to intervene and save the Tigers' skins.
But in Wednesday night's meeting in Norfolk - which was re-scheduled as the first leg - the ruthless Premier League favourites powered to a comprehensive 57-33 win.
Glasgow's weakness in the middle to lower order was blatantly evident as only four points were mustered outside the top three of Travis McGowan, James Grieves and star of the night Josh Grajczonek, pictured.
Yet the Tigers managed to keep pace with their hosts in the early heats before collapsing mid-meeting.
Such was the margin of defeat that the contest was over by Heat 10.
A disappointing day at the office for Stewart Dickson's men who are desperately needing to find form before the season passes them by.
Dickson hopes to introduce highly-rated Aussie Michael Penfold to the fray late next week after securing the teenager as a replacement for crocked Robert Ksiezak.
Tigers fans will hope Penfold can spark some life into their stuttering season before the second leg with Kings Lynn on Sunday, May 23.
Tigers scorers v Kings Lynn: Grajczonek 12, McGowan 11, Grieves 6, Dicken 2, Courtney 2, Davey 0