Leinster and Munster have named their teams for their respective Guinness PRO14 ties tomorrow.
Leinster have welcomed back a number of Irish internationals for their clash with Southern Kings, which is the first ever PRO14 game in South Africa.
Joey Carbery has recovered from injury to start at full-back, with Adam Byrne on the right wing and Dave Kearney taking the number 11 jersey.
Head coach Leo Cullen has also confirmed that Isa Nacewa and Jamison Gibson-Park will rejoin the squad on Sunday after obtaining the necessary visas.
The duo flew back to Dublin after they were initially denied entry to Johannesburg, but will now make the long trip back ahead of next week’s clash with the Cheetahs.
Meanwhile Munster head coach Rassie Erasmus has made just the one change for their clash with the Ospreys.
Tyler Bleyendaal returns to captain the side at fly-half.
Ahead of that game, it’s been reported in Australia that the province are keen to appoint South African David Wessels as their new head coach.
Wessels was most recently the head coach of Western Force and also served as assistant to Rassie Erasmus with the Stormers in his native country.
Tonight in the PRO14 there’s three ties down for decision.
Ulster play host to the Scarlets from 7.30, five minutes later Connacht take on the Dragons, and at the same time Edinburgh face Treviso.