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Graham Rowntree makes five changes for Munster trip to Edinburgh

Munster have made five personnel changes and two positional switches to the side that beat Connacht for their BKT URC trip to Edinburgh tomorrow (7.35pm).

Mike Haley and Antoine Frisch come into the backline in place of Simon Zebo and Sean O'Brien.

Oli Jager, Fineen Wycherley and Gavin Coombes start in the pack, replacing Stephen Archer, RG Snyman and Peter O'Mahony, respectively.

Alex Nankivell moves to inside centre and Jack O’Donoghue shifts from number 8 to blindside flanker.

O’Donoghue will make his 200th appearance for Munster, third in the table, becoming the 14th player to achieve the feat.

Having turned 30 in February, the Waterford man becomes the youngest-ever player to reach the landmark.

Haley starts at full-back with in-form wingers Calvin Nash and Shane Daly keeping their places in Graham Rowntree's side against seventh-place Edinburgh, whose only home defeat this season came against Benetton in round six.

The half-back partnership of Craig Casey and Jack Crowley is unchanged as Nankivell (above), man of the match against Connacht, and Frisch renew their centre partnership.

Jeremy Loughman, Niall Scannell and Jager pack down in the front row as Jager makes his first start since February after recently recovering from a knee injury.

Fineen Wycherley and captain Tadhg Beirne start together in the engine room with O’Donoghue, Alex Kendellen and Coombes completing the starting XV.

Kendellen, Coombes and replacement Tom Ahern have featured in all 21 fixtures so far this season in the URC and Champions Cup.

Eoghan Clarke, academy loosehead Mark Donnelly and John Ryan provide the front row back-up.

Snyman, Ahern and academy back-row Brian Gleeson complete the forward cover.

Gleeson is in line for his 10th appearance of the