Brian O'Driscoll and Rob Kearney have been passed fit for Leinster ahead of Saturday's Heineken Cup final against Ulster at Twickenham.
O'Driscoll had been suffering with a knee injury, while Kearney was previously sidelined with a back problem.
Eoin Reddan, Fergus McFadden and Kevin McLaughlin all come into the side in place of Isaac Boss, Shane Jennings and Luke Fitzgerald.
Ulster's Chris Henry has shaken off a knee injury and John Afoa has been put back in the starting lineup having served a four-match ban.
Leinster: R Kearney; McFadden; O'Driscoll; G D'Arcy; Nacewa; Sexton; Reddan; Healy; Strauss; Ross; Cullen; Thorn; McLaughlin; O'Brien; Heaslip
Replacements: Cronin; Van der Merwe; White; Toner; Jennings; Boss; Madigan; D Kearney
Ulster: Terblanche; Trimble; Cave; Wallace; Gilroy; Jackson; Pienaar; Court; Best; Afoa; Muller; Tuohy; Ferris; Henry; Wannenburg
Replacements: Brady; McAllister; Fitzpatrick; Stevenson; Faloon; Marshall ; Humphreys; A D'Arcy
Team News: Brian O'Driscoll, Rob Kearney passed fit for Leinster
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