Otherwise, Foley can call on five of the pack that started in the British & Irish Cup final last year while there is a return to action for Declan Cusack who makes his seasonal debut at out-half alongside Conor Murray.
Llanelli warmed up for this clash with a 23-13 away win over Glammorgan Wanderers last Sunday despite the loss of wing Ryan Baylis who was yellow carded for a high tackle. Llanelli currently lie in 5th position in the Welsh Premiership table, a point ahead of Neath who Munster played last year and nine point adrift of leaders Pontypridd who have the same points total as Swansea.
Munster: Sean Scanlon; AN Other, Ivan Dineen, Troy Smith, Simon Zebo; Declan Cusack, Conor Murray; Dave Ryan, Sean Henry, Darragh Hurley; Dave Foley capt, Ian Nagle; Billy Holland, Tommy O'Donnell, Peter O'Mahony. Replacements: Mike Sherry, Stephen Archer, Dave O'Callaghan, Paddy Butler, Paul Rowley, Gareth Quinn McDonagh, AN Other.