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Leinster flanker Jack Conan will make his senior Ireland debut in Saturday’s World Cup warm-up game against Scotland at the Aviva Stadium.
Conan is joined in the back row by Chris Henry, who is handed a first start after heart surgery last year.
Irish coach Joe Schmidt has named Leinster number eight Sean O’Brien as captain for the Dublin encounter.
Ireland began their series of warm-up matches with an impressive 35-21 win over Wales on Saturday.
Conan, 23, is promoted to the senior line-up after playing for the Wolfhounds and Emerging Ireland.
Ulster openside Henry came on as a second-half replacement against Wales last weekend and has a further chance to impress Schmidt.
Henry suffered a mini-stroke last November on the morning of Ireland’s Test against South Africa.
He later underwent heart surgery after a small hole was discovered in the organ.
Devin Toner and Dan Tuohy lock down in the second row while Mike Ross is joined by Sean Cronin and Dave Kilcoyne in the front row.
Isaac Boss and Ian Madigan pair up at half-back with Gordon D’Arcy and Jared Payne at centre.
The back three sees Simon Zebo at full-back with Tommy Bowe and Luke Fitzgerald on the wings.
Scotland will also have a debutant in action, with New-Zealand-born back row Hugh Blake in their team .
Ireland’s training squad was reduced to 42 players this week following the departures of Ulster hooker Rob Herring and Leinster centre Noel Reid
The final 31-man squad for the World Cup is set to be finalised on 31 August.
Ireland start their World Cup campaign against Canada in Cardiff on 19 September.
Ireland: Simon Zebo, Tommy Bowe, Jared Payne, Gordon D’Arcy, Luke Fitzgerald, Ian Madigan, Isaac Boss, Dave Kilcoyne, Sean Cronin, Mike Ross, Devin Toner, Dan Tuohy, Jack Conan, Chris Henry, Sean O’Brien.
Replacements: Richardt Strauss, Michael Bent, Nathan White, Paul O’Connell, Jordi Murphy, Eoin Reddan, Paddy Jackson, Dave Kearney.