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No new injury concerns for Ulster as Neil Doak names full-strength side for Ospreys clash

Stuart Olding has recovered from injury but is named on the bench.

Luke Marshall starts in midfield once again.
Luke Marshall starts in midfield once again.
Image: Presseye/Matt MAckey/INPHO

ULSTER WILL HOPE to reignite their season after an indifferent run of from when they face Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium in the Guinness Pro12 tomorrow.

Neil Doak’s side lost to Scarlets last week, leaving their European campaign hanging by a thread, and they’ll be hoping for a reversal in fortunes this time out when they make the trip back across to Wales.

Doak has made just two changes to his side for Saturday’s encounter with Craig Gilroy rested and Andrew Warwick, fresh from signing a first senior contract with the province, given the nod at loosehead in place of Callum Black.

Ireland centre Stuart Olding has recovered from injury and is named on the bench.

Ulster currently lie fourth in the Pro12 but such is the congested nature of the standings, they are just a point adrift of leaders Munster. History is on their side having lost just one of the last six meetings between the sides but Ospreys are enjoying a productive run at home having won their last seven Pro12 outings at the Liberty Stadium.

The game kicks-off at 5.15pm and is live on Sky Sports.

Ulster

15. L Ludik

14. T Bowe

13. D Cave

12. L Marshall

11. M Allen

10. I Humphreys

9. R Pienaar

1. A Warwick

2. R Best (capt)

3. D Fitzpatrick

4. D Tuohy

5. F vd Merwe

6. R Diack

7. C Ross

8. R Wilson

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