Ireland head coach Adam Griggs has made three changes to the side to play Wales in the second round of the 2020 Women's Six Nations.
Eimear Considine makes her first appearance of the tournament after recovering from injury. She is named at full back with Lauren Delaney moving to the wing to partner Beibhinn Parsons.
Claire Keohane, who won her first International XV cap last week, will make her first start at out-half with Kathryn Dane named at scrum-half.
Judy Bobbett, who makes her Six Nations debut, is named in the second row.
Ireland will be looking to build on their opening 18-14 victory over Scotland in Dublin, but Griggs sees room for improvement.
"It was great to start the campaign with a win," he said. "We started the game against Scotland well, but we have areas to work on for this weekend.
"Wales are a familiar side, we played them in November, and we lost to them in the final minutes of that game. We know how strong they are and where the threats are.
"I've no doubt they will be looking for a result on Sunday. If we get the small things right, I am confident we can come out on the right side."
Ireland team: Eimear Considine, Lauren Delany, Sene Naoupu, Michelle Claffey, Beibhinn Parsons,Claire Keohane, Kathryn Dane, Lindsay Peat, Cliodhna Moloney, Linda Djougang, Aoife McDermott, Judy Bobbett, Ciara Griffin, Edel McMahon, Anna Caplice
Replacements: Victoria Dabanovich O'Mahony, Laura Feely, Anne-Marie O'Hora, Ciara Cooney, Dorothy Wall, Nicole Cronin, Larissa Muldoon, Aoife Doyle