Jonny Bell and Tyrone Howe will be missing from the Ulster side for Friday’s Celtic League clash with Llanelli at Ravenhill.(7.35)
Jonny Bell and Tyrone Howe will be missing from the Ulster side for Friday’s Celtic League clash with Llanelli at Ravenhill.(7.35), while Connacht coach Steph Nel makes five changes for his side’s visit to Scotland.
In Ulster’s case they need to win to make sure of a quarter final place while Connacht need a victory to give themselves a home quarter final.
Munster are at home (Thomond Park, 7.35 Friday) to Caerphilly and they are expected to name their side later today (Wed) while Leinster head for Wales and game with Bridgend, the Lions’ interest in the knock-out stages already ended. Ulster: B Cunningham; J Topping, S Stewart, A Larkin, S Young; D Humphreys (capt), N Doak; J Fitzpatrick; M Sexton, R Kempson; G Longwell, M Blair; W Brosnihan, N McMillan, T McWhirter.
Replacements: S Best, P Shields, M McCullough, N Best, K Campbell, R Constable, S Coulter.
Connacht:(v Glasgow; Hughenden; Friday 7.30 pm) Gavin Duffy; James Norton, Darren Yapp, Mark McHugh, Wayne Munn; Eric Elwood, Chris Keane; Dan McFarland, Jerry Flannery, Peter Bracken; Warwick Waugh, Rowan Frost; Colm Rigney, Johnny O’Connor, John O’Sullivan.
Replacements: Ronan McCormack, Marnus Uijs, Damien Browne, Eric Peters, Michael Walls, Shane Moore, Ted Robinson.