Munster have been forced into making two changes to their starting line up.
Embattled Munster coach, Anthony Foley, has been forced to make two late changes to his starting line up against Ulster.
Although the southern province will be looking to avoid a sixth straight defeat, they will have to do so without Dave Foley and Andrew Conway after they failed to recover from injuries sustained during last weekend’s loss to Leinster.
Gerhard van den Heever will take the place of Conway, with Lucas Gonzalez Amorosino switching to fullback. Taking Foley’s place in the second row is Billy Holland, with Shane Buckley promoted to the substitutes bench.
News of the changes came as Munster team arrived at Ravenhill.
Alan Drumm, Pundit Arena