Conor Murray has been passed fit to make his return from injury in Munster’s European Champions Cup quarter-final against Toulouse on Saturday.
The fly-half has been out of action since damaging his shoulder during Ireland’s 22-9 Six Nations defeat to Wales in Cardiff, but will start at Thomond Park.
Murray has not trained fully this week, but Rassie Erasmus named him in his starting line-up on the eve of the last-eight encounter.
The inspirational playmaker will line up alongside Ireland team-mates Donnacha Ryan, CJ Stander, Keith Earls and Simon Zebo, who will feature for the first time since the Six Nations.
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Centre Francis Saili also returns ahead of schedule, with the centre named among the replacements after recovering from a knee ligament injury.