By Simon Hunter
Paddy Jackson will start at fly-half as Ireland travel to play Italy in the Six Nations this weekend.
Joe Schmidt's men are hoping for their first win in this year's competition.
Rory Best will captain the side, while Craig Gilroy will be on the bench, and Iain Henderson is out with a hamstring strain.
Defence Coach Andy Farrell says their opponents on Saturday will be tough.
Ireland team to play Italy
6 Nations Championship
Saturday 11th February
R Kearney, K Earls, G Ringrose, R Henshaw, S Zebo, P Jackson, C Murray
C Healy, R Best (c), T Furlong, D Ryan, D Toner, CJ Stander, S O'Brien, J Heaslip
N Scannell, J McGrath, J Ryan, U Dillane, J van der Flier, K Marmion, I Keatley, C Gilroy
Meanwhile, Ireland Women are also in Italy, and play on Sunday.
Ulster's Elsa van Staden and Claire McLaughlin will be on the bench.
Ireland Women team to play Italy Women
Women's 6 Nations Championship
Stadio Tommaso Fattori
Sunday 12th February
M Coyne, H Tyrrell, J Murphy, S Naoupu, A Miller, N Stapleton, A Hughes
L Peat, L Lyons, A Egan, E Anthony, M-L Reilly, C Griffin, C Molloy, P Fitzpatrick
J Finlay, I van Staden, C O'Connor, C Cooney, S Spence, M Healy, C McLaughlin, E Considine