Anthony Foley rings the changes for Treviso trip

Francis Saili returns to the starting line-up as Munster look to move up Pro 12 table

Anthony Foley has made six changes to his Munster side for Sunday’s trip to play Treviso. Photograph: Inpho

Anthony Foley has made six changes to his Munster side for Sunday’s trip to play Treviso. Photograph: Inpho

 

Anthony Foley has made six changes to his Munster side for Sunday’s Pro 12 trip to play Treviso.

Munster have slipped to a lowly eigth place in the table following their narrow defeat to Glasgow, and will see victory over the Italians as a way of kickstarting their push for a Champions Cup place.

Among those returning to the fold are Francis Saili in midfield, while Tommy O’Donnell is on the bench following his release from the Ireland squad.

Munster: Andrew Conway; Darren Sweetnam, Francis Saili, Rory Scannell, Gerhard van den Heever; Ian Keatley, Duncan Williams; Dave Kilcoyne, Mike Sherry, John Ryan; Mark Chisholm, Billy Holland Capt., Jack O’Donoghue, Dave O’Callaghan, Robin Copeland. Replacements: Niall Scannell, Peter McCabe, Mario Sagario, Dave Foley, Tommy O’Donnell, Cathal Sheridan, Cian Bohane, David Johnston.

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