The Warriors will put their unbeaten record in the tournament on the line against the Irish province with head coach Gregor Townsend hoping Lamont can provide a cutting edge in a back line that sees British & Irish Lions tourist Sean Maitland remain at full back and Canadian wing DTH van der Merwe join Tommy Seymour on the flanks.
Lamont lines-up at centre alongside Byron McGuigan, while Duncan Weir comes in for Ruaridh Jackson at outside half. Jackson played key roles in the Warriors' second half fightback in Toulon and in the home win over Exeter in the past two European weekends.
"We've been pleased with our early season form and we're aiming to build on this in front of our home supporters. It has been a quick turnaround for us this week but the squad have recovered well from Sunday's Heineken Cup game.
"Our last home league game was against the reigning champions Leinster and we need a similar focus and intensity to what we displayed that night if we are to get a positive result. Munster are a quality side who mix up their attacking game by moving the ball wide at times, as well as being direct if they get into the opposition half.
"Our two games against Munster last season couldn't have been more different, losing by 28 points in Ireland and then winning by 27 points at Scotstoun. We are expecting a physical contest with first place in the league at stake."
The Warriors face back-to-back games with Cardiff Blues in the next two rounds of the Heineken Cup in December, starting with a trip to the Arms Park on Friday, 6 December.