Munster name team for Edinburgh clash
Jack O' Donoghue will Captain the side
Johann van Graan has named his Munster side to take on Edinburgh at Irish Independent Park in the Guinness Pro 14 tomorrow night.
There are 14 changes to the side that took on Racing 92 in the Heineken Champions Cup last weekend.
Ben Healy is set to make his Pro14 debut at out-half while Stephen Archer will make his 200th Munster appearance.
Jack O’Donoghue captains the side.
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