Sean Cronin will make his first beginning of the period as Leinster welcome Ulster to the RDS Arena on Friday evening.
The hooker comes back from neck damage for the PRO14 conflict that will likewise observe 21-year-old Tommy O’Brien make his senior introduction in the inside.
O’Brien, a previous Leinster Schools 110m obstacle champion, will accomplice Robbie Henshaw in midfield for the interprovincial tie.
There is experience in abundance in the remainder of the backline with Rob Kearney beginning at no. 15, while Fergus McFadden and Cian Kelleher will be on either wing.
Harry Byrne will make his second start at out-half for the Blues with Jamison Gibson-Park at scrum-half.
Scott Fardy will skipper the side again as he did in their 50-21 Heineken Champions Cup prevail upon Northampton a weekend ago.
The Australian is in an energetic pack that incorporates another back column of Will Connors, Scott Penny and Max Deegan.
Ulster have likewise rung the progressions for the match crisp off their reward point triumph against Harlequins at Twickenham Stoop last Friday.
Alan O’Connor will show up and will Leinster Rugby vs Ulster Rugby chief the side from the motor room nearby his sibling David.
Craig Gilroy and Rob Lyttle will return on the wings, while Bill Johnston and David Shanahan are the half-backs.
In the pack, Andrew Warwick, Adam McBurney and Tom O’Toole make up the beginning first column.
Matthew Rea and Nick Timoney have been chosen to begin the flanks, with Greg Jones finishing the base of the scrum.
Leinster: Rob Kearney, Fergus McFadden, Tommy O’Brien, Robbie Henshaw, Cian Kelleher, Harry Byrne, Jamison Gibson-Park, Peter Dooley, Seán Cronin, Andrew Porter, Scott Fardy, Josh Murphy, Will Connors, Scott Penny, Max Deegan
Substitutions: Bryan Byrne, Cian Healy, Jack Aungier, Oisín Dowling, Josh van der Flier, Hugh O’Sullivan, Ciarán Frawley, Conor O’Brien
Ulster: Rob Lyttle, Craig Gilroy, Matt Faddes, Angus Curtis, Angus Kernohan, Bill Johnston, David Shanahan, Andrew Warwick, Adam McBurney, Tom O’Toole, David O’Connor, Alan O’Connor, Matthew Rea, Nick Timoney, Greg Jones.
Substitutions: John Andrew, Kyle McCall, Ross Kane, Jack Regan, Azur Allison, Jonny Stewart, Stewart Moore, Ethan McIlroy.