Munster head coach Johann van Graan has resisted the urge to bring Andrew Conway back into his team for tomorrow's Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final with Toulouse at the Aviva Stadium.
Conway has been sidelined with a knee injury since Ireland's 12 March win against England in the Six Nations, and while he returned to full training this week, he hasn't made the cut for the matchday 23.
Van Graan has made seven changes from last week's 42-21 United Rugby Championship win against Cardiff, while 10 of the starting XV also began last season's defeat to the French side.
Van Graan has opted to rotate his starting front row, with Josh Wycherley getting the nod over Jeremy Loughman at loosehead, while Niall Scannell and Stephen Archer also return, with Diarmuid Barron and John Ryan moving back to the bench.
Jean Kleyn continues in the second row, with Fineen Wycherley alongside him and Thomas Ahern rotating to the replacements.
The back row is unchanged from seven days ago in Cork, with Peter O'Mahony captaining from blindside, alongside Alex Kendellen and Jack O'Donoughue who continues at number 8.
Conor Murray and Joey Carbery pair up in the half-backs, with Ben Healy and Craig Casey providing cover on the bench, while Damian de Allende returns to the centre alongside Chris Farrell.
Last week's Player of the Match Mike Haley is named at full-back, slotting in between Munster's top two tryscorers of all time, Keith Earls and Simon Zebo.
Kerryman Jack Daly is included in a 6:2 split on the subs bench, with the flanker in line to make his European debut if called upon.
Munster: Mike Haley; Keith Earls, Chris Farrell, Damian de Allende, Simon Zebo; Joey Carbery, Conor Murray; Josh Wycherley, Niall Scannell, Stephen Archer; Jean Kleyn, Fineen Wycherley; Peter O'Mahony, Alex Kendellen, Jack O'Donoghue
Replacements: Diarmuid Barron, Jeremy Loughman, John Ryan, Jason Jenkins, Thomas Ahern, Craig Casey, Ben Healy, Jack Daly
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