Munster Team to Face Ulster:
Christian Cullen, Mossie Lawlor, John kelly, Rob Henderson, Anthony Horgan, Jason Holland, Eoin Reddan, Jim Williams (Captain), David Wallace, Stephen Keogh, David Pusey, Tom Hayes, Gordon Mcilwham, Jerry Flanery, Frank Roche.
Replacements: James Blaney, Martin Cahill, Eddie Halvey or Donnacha Ryan, Peter Malone, Frank Murphy, Conrad O'Sullivan, Shaun Payne.
The Ulster starting line-up shows four changes from the side that was defeated in Wales last weekend, and there are three changes in personnel on the bench.
Andy Ward returns, although with both Neil McMillan and Neil Best holding their own at 6 and 7, he slots into the in the No. 8 position in place of the injured Roger Wilson. Simon Best, Gary Longwell and David Humphreys are involved with Ireland this weekend and so Rod Moore, Matt Mustchin and Adam Larkin are brought into the Ulster starting XV.
On the bench, Ronnie McCormack returns for the first time since November, having fully recovered from a shoulder injury, and Rowan Frost is drafted in as second row cover. Matt Sexton also returns, following a break due to an eye injury picked up against Glasgow two weeks ago.
15 - Bryn Cunningham, 14 - James Topping, 13 - Shane Stewart, 12 - Paul Steinmetz, 11 - Scott Young, 10 - Adam Larkin , 9 - Kieran Campbell, 1 - Robbie Kempson, 2 - Paul Shields, 3 - Rod Moore, 4 - Matt Mustchin, 5 - Matt McCullough, 6 - Neil Best, 7 - Neil McMillan, 8 - Andy Ward (Captain)
Replacements: 16 - Matt Sexton, 17 - Ronnie McCormack, 18 - Rowan Frost, 19 - Warren Brosnihan, 20 - Neil Doak, 21 - Paddy Wallace, 22 - Seamus Mallon.
Ulster v Munster Celtic League Venue: Ravenhill. Date: Friday, March 6th, 2004. Kick Off: 7:30pm (GMT). TV Coverage: TG4.