The Connacht Rugby side to face Gallagher Premiership leaders Leicester Tigers in the Heineken Champions Cup on Sunday at 1pm has been named.
In total there are six changes from the side that met Stade Francais last week, with every returning player an Irish international.
Bundee Aki starts his first game for Connacht in over 2 months, returning from injury to partner Sammy Arnold at centre.
Tiernan O’Halloran is also included, starting at full-back with Alex Wootton and John Porch named on the wings.
After coming off the bench last week, Kieran Marmion comes in at scrum-half alongside captain Jack Carty.
Three further internationals – hooker Dave Heffernan, prop Finlay Bealham and lock Ultan Dillane – are also drafted into the pack.
Matthew Burke and Niall Murray make up the rest of the tight five, while the back row is unchanged with flankers Cian Prendergast and Conor Oliver, and number 8 Jarrad Butler.
A powerful looking bench includes the likes of Tietie Tuimauga, who could make his debut if called upon, as well as Leva Fifita and Abraham Papali’i.