Simon Zebo starts at full-back in his final game for Munster at Thomond Park in tomorrow’s Guinness PRO-14 semi-final qualifier against Edinburgh.
Head-coach Johann van Graan has made 12 changes from their draw with Ulster last week with CJ Stander back to start at number 8.
Waterford’s Jack O’ Donoghue will line out at Number 7.
J-J Hanrahan has got the nod to start at out-half.
Scrum-half Conor Murray is determined to get his hands on the PRO-14 trophy.
Former Munster flanker Alan Quinlan expects his former side to progres.
Meanwhile, Ireland legend Ronan O’Gara says he ‘struggling to understand’ why Munster aren’t trying to sign Joey Carbery.
The 22-year-old Leinster man met with Irish head-coach Joe Schmidt last weekend amid speculation that Carbery could move to Ulster for one season in order to get regular game time at out-half ahead of the World Cup.
O’Gara feels that his old province should be in for Carbery, especially with doubts over Tyler Bleyendaal’s fitness.