Anthony Foley will be remembered with affectionate and emotional tributes later today when Munster face European Champions Cup opponents Glasgow in Limerick (1pm, live on RTÉ Radio 1).

Munster head coach Foley died in Paris last weekend, hours before the side's scheduled Champions Cup opener against Racing 92, which was subsequently postponed.

Foley's funeral, attended by hundreds of mourners, took place in County Clare on Friday.

And the Munster rugby family will continue remembering the 42-year-old this afternoon.

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There will be a commemorative match programme and a minute's silence, while supporters in Thomond Park's West Stand plan "a special tribute".

Young players from Foley's former club Shannon RFC and students representing his school St Munchin's will form a guard of honour as the teams run out.

Munster rugby director Rassie Erasmus said: "One's life is greater than any sport or sporting occasion.

"However, Thomond Park held a special place in Axel's (Foley's) heart, and as difficult as it will be to play the next game - no matter the time, opposition and venue - we have an opportunity to play there this Saturday.

"Playing in Thomond Park further ties us to his memory, and will be a chance for all, including our supporters and the community, to feel that connection and closeness to him at this time."

In terms of the match, Munster show one change from the side selected to tackle Racing, with wing Keith Earls having recovered from concussion to make a starting line-up that also features European debutants Tyler Bleyendaal and Darren Sweetnam.

Sean Lamont and Alex Dunbar, meanwhile, are called into the Glasgow team, with Lamont replacing wing Leonardo Sarto and Dunbar starting at outside centre.

Glasgow began their Champions Cup campaign with a 42-13 victory over Leicester last Friday.

Ulster play Exeter at Ravenhill at 7.45pm in Pool 5.