|Venue: Stade Ernest-Wallon, Toulouse Date: Sunday, 22 January Kick-off: 15:15 GMT|
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Jack Crowley will begin at centre for Munster of their Heineken European Champions Cup recreation in Toulouse with Joey Carbery remaining at fly-half.
Crowley, named in Eire's Six Nations squad with Carbery a shock omission, has recovered from an ankle knock he picked up within the win over Northampton.
Craig Casey stays at scrum-half with Conor Murray named on the bench.
John Hodnett comes into the again row to exchange Jack O'Donoghue, who was crimson carded towards Northampton.
The inclusion of prop John Ryan, who takes over from Roman Salanoa, is the one different change to Graham Rowntree's crew.
Veteran wing Keith Earls, who was named in Andy Farrell's 37-man squad for the Six Nations on Thursday, is just not included whereas former All-Black Malakai Fekitoa might make his first Champions Cup look for Munster after being included within the replacements.
Edinburgh-bound Ben Healy, handed a Scotland call-up for the Six Nations in midweek, and Jack O'Sullivan might additionally make their first European appearances of the season after being named on the bench.
Toulouse make 5 adjustments in personnel from last month's 18-13 win at Thomond Park however star half-back duo Romain Ntamack and Antoine Dupont do begin for the five-time European champions.
Backs adjustments see Melvyn Jaminet, Juan Cruz Mallia and Pierre-Louis Barassi taking on from Thomas Ramos, Ange Capuozzo and Matthis Lebel, who scored certainly one of Toulouse's two tries in Limerick.
Lebel's absence sees Dimitri Delibes switching from centre to wing.
Within the pack, France prop Cyril Baille and England again row Jack Willis take over from Rodrigue Neti and Alban Placines.
Munster go into remaining spherical sixth in Pool B however not but assured a spot within the knockout phases with Montpellier, Clermont Auvergne and Sale all inside 4 factors of them in seventh, eighth and ninth spots.
5-time champions Toulouse are already sure of reaching the knockout phases as they lead Pool B following three straight wins.
Toulouse: Jaminet; Mallia, Barassi, Ahki,Delibes; Ntamack, Dupont (capt); Baille, Marchand, Aldegheri; Arnold, Meafou; Jelonch, J Willis, Roumat.
Replacements: Cramont, Neti, Ainu'u, Flament, Brennan, Cros, Capuozzo, Retiere.
Munster: Haley; Nash, Frisch, Crowley, Daly; Carbery, Casey; Kilcoyne, Scannell, Ryan; Kleyn, Beirne; O'Mahony (capt), Hodnett, Coombes.
Replacements: Barron, J Wycherley, Salanoa, O'Sullivan, Kendellen, Murray, Healy, Malakai Fekitoa.
Referee: Ok Dickson (Eng)