Munster make five changes for visit of Edinburgh

Munster make five changes for visit of Edinburgh
Andrew Conway comes in on the right wing

Munster head coach Anthony Foley has made five changes for tomorrow's PRO12 encounter against Edinburgh in Cork.

Four of the changes are in the pack with Dave Kilcoyne, Niall Scannell, Dave Foley and Dave O'Callaghan all returning to the starting XV.

Kilcoyne and Scannell join Stephen Archer in the front row while Foley overcomes an ankle injury to partner Billy Holland in the second row.

Back row O'Callaghan has rehabbed knee bruising to start at six in a move that sees captain CJ Stander revert to number eight with Tommy O'Donnell remaining at seven.

The final change comes in the back-three where Andrew Conway joins Keith Earls and full-back Simon Zebo.

Conor Murray and Johnny Holland continue at half-back as do Rory Scannell and Francis Saili in midfield.

Munster v Edinburgh at Musgrave Park on Friday April 29 - kick-off 7.35pm.

Munster team: Simon Zebo; Andrew Conway, Francis Saili, Rory Scannell, Keith Earls; Johnny Holland, Conor Murray; Dave Kilcoyne, Niall Scannell, Stephen Archer; Dave Foley, Billy Holland; Dave O'Callaghan, Tommy O'Donnell, CJ Stander – capt.

Replacements: Mike Sherry, James Cronin, John Ryan, Robin Copeland, Jack O'Donoghue, Duncan Williams, Ian Keatley, Ronan O'Mahony.

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