The Munster team has been named for tomorrow’s vital Guinness PRO14 clash against Scarlets at Thomond Park (5.30pm).
A family pack of four tickets for the game costs just €40, buy online here.
There are six changes to the side beaten by Edinburgh last weekend as Academy player Calvin Nash, Ian Keatley, Dave Kilcoyne, Rhys Marshall, John Ryan and Tommy O’Donnell all come into the side with Keatley and Ryan returning from international duty.
JJ Hanrahan moves to full-back with Nash and Alex Wootton on either flank. Rory Scannell and Sammy Arnold continue their centre partnership with James Hart joined in the half-backs by Keatley.
There are four changes in the pack with a new front row of Kilcoyne, Marshall and Ryan.
Captain Billy Holland and Jean Kleyn keep their places in the second row with O’Donnell joining Jack O’Donoghue and Robin Copeland in the back row.
Niall Scannell, James Cronin and Stephen Archer make up the front row cover with Gerbrandt Grobler and Dave O’Callaghan completing the forward replacements.
Stephen Fitzgerald and Dan Goggin provide the backline reinforcements along with Academy scrum-half Jack Stafford, who is set to make his home debut in the Guinness PRO14 having featured off the bench against Zebre earlier this season.
Munster: JJ Hanrahan; Calvin Nash, Sammy Arnold, Rory Scannell, Alex Wootton; Ian Keatley, James Hart; Dave Kilcoyne, Rhys Marshall, John Ryan; Jean Kleyn, Billy Holland (C); Jack O’Donoghue, Tommy O’Donnell, Robin Copeland.
Replacements: Niall Scannell, James Cronin, Stephen Archer, Gerbrandt Grobler, Dave O’Callaghan, Jack Stafford, Stephen Fitzgerald, Dan Goggin.
Guinness PRO14: Munster v Scarlets, Thomond Park, Sat 24 Mar, 5.30pm; Tickets available online, from the Munster Rugby Ticket Offices at Thomond Park and Irish Independent Park, or by calling 061 421103. Tickets from just €7 (Student & Junior) with Family packs (two adults and two children) available for just €40.
Video | Jerry Flannery looks ahead to the game
Hear the thoughts of Forwards Coach Jerry Flannery ahead of tomorrow’s vital Guinness PRO14 clash against Scarlets at @ThomondStadium (5.30pm).
— Munster Rugby (@Munsterrugby) March 23, 2018