Munster name team for Racing 92 clash
Donnacha Ryan and Simon Zebo both named to face their own team
Simon Zebo and Donnacha Ryan will both start for Racing 92 against former team Munster in the Heineken European Champions Cup on Saturday
Munster have made three changes to their starting line up for the clash at Thomond Park kicking off at 5.30.
JJ Hanrahan, Tadhg Beirne and Jack O'Donoghue all come in, while Alby Mathewson is on the bench for what will be his final Munster appearance.
15. Mike Haley, 14. Andrew Conway, 13. Chris Farrell, 12. Rory Scannell, 11. Keith Earls, 10. JJ Hanrahan, 9. Conor Murray, 1. Jeremy Loughman, 2. Niall Scannell, 3. John Ryan, 4. Jean Kleyn, 5. Tadhg Beirne, 6. Peter O'Mahony (c), 7. Jack O'Donoghue, 8. CJ Stander.
16. Kevin O'Byrne, 17. James Cronin, 18. Stephen Archer, 19. Billy Holland, 20. Fineen Wycherley, 21. Alby Mathewson, 22. Dan Goggin, 23. Arno Botha,
15. Simon Zebo, 14. Teddy Thomas, 13. Virimi Vakatawa, 12. Henry Chavancy (c), 11. Juan Imhoff, 10. Finn Russell, 9. Maxime Machenaud, 1. Eddy Ben Arous, 2. Camille Chat, 3. Cedate Gomes Sa, 4. Donnacha Ryan, 5. Dominic Bird, 6. Wenceslas Lauret, 7. Boris Palu, 8. Antonie Claassen.
16. Teddy Baubigny, 17. Hassane Kolingar, 18. Ali Oz, 19. Fabien Sanconnie, 20. Yoan Tanga, 21. Teddy Iribaren, 22. Ben Volavola, 23. Brice Dulin,
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