Munster ring changes for key Gloucester clash

Annette Crawford
January 12, 2019

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Chris Farrell will take his place in the Munster starting 15 to take on Gloucester at Kingsholm tomorrow night after an injury scare.

Mike Haley, Rory Scannell, Conor Murray, Dave Kilcoyne, Stephen Archer and CJ Stander all come into the side.

Haley starts at full-back with Andrew Conway and Keith Earls on the wings.

Three of the changes are in the forwards pack, where Dave Kilcoyne returns at loosehead as Jeremy Loughman drops to the bench and Stephen Archer comes in at tighthead for John Ryan.

Haley will start at full-back with Andrew Conway and Keith Earls on the wings while Scannell comes back into the centres to partner Ireland worldwide Chris Farrell.


Gloucester team vs Munster: Tom Hudson; Charlie Sharples, Billy Twelvetrees, Mark Atkinson, Ollie Thorley, Danny Cipriani, Callum Braley; Josh Hohneck, Henry Walker, Fraser Balmain; Ed Slater, Gerbrandt Grobler, Franco Mostert, Lewis Ludlow, Ben Morgan (captain).

Pool 2 is evenly poised ahead of the weekend's clashes with all four sides vying for top spot and a quarter-final place.

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Pool 2 is evenly poised.

Johann Van Graan has made six changes to his Munster side from the team that started against Connacht last Saturday.

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