Teams are up for tomorrow’s Champions Cup make or break clash at Ravenhill against Oyonnax. Kick off 13:00 Live on Sky Sports.

Les Kiss has continued to plan for a busy end to the season with his, now traditional, squad rotation which sees Stuart McCloskey resting and Darren Cave making a welcome return.

Knocks and illness have also had their say with Rory Best dropping to the bench, with Rob Herring starting and Ruan Pienaar is replaced by Paul Marshall.

Still no Chris Henry, so Sean Reidy maintains his starting spot and Nick Williams is restored to No 8 with Roger Wilson benching.

The Ulster forwards will need to hit their straps somewhat quicker than they did in the last meeting between these teams and if they do I expect a high tempo game with Paul Marshall dictating the pace. Replacement Shanahan also plays a high tempo game when he gets the opportunity so I’d guess Ulster have pretty much settled on this tactic but, as I said, it’s all going to depend on the big boys up front.

Fast paced, nippy scrum halves keeping defences honest, Darren Cave controlling the midfield and Payne joining from deep. What’s not to like!

The FRU Predicts: We’re predicting a high scoring game, for both sides, with Ulster getting the five points. This will be followed by a nervy 36 hours while we wait on other results!

Jared Payne 15 Florian Denos
Andrew Trimble 14 Daniel Ikpefan
Darren Cave 13 Guillaume Bousses
Luke Marshall 12 Alaska Taufa
Craig Gilroy 11 Dug Codjo
Paddy Jackson 10 Rory Clegg
Paul Marshall 9 Julien Blanc
Kyle McCall 1 Soane Tonga’uiha
Rob Herring 2 Thomas Bordes
Ricky Lutton 3 Giorgi Vepkhvadze
Alan O’Connor 4 Leon Power
Franco vd Merwe 5 Geoffrey Fabbri
Robbie Diack 6 Valentin Ursache
Sean Reidy 7 Pierrick Gunther
Nick Williams 8 Pedrie Wannenburg
Rory Best 16 Jeremie Maurouard
Callum Black 17 Laurent Delboulbès
Bronson Ross 18 Horace Pungea
Clive Ross 19 Fabrice Metz
Roger Wilson 20 Maurie Fa’asavalu
David Shanahan 21 Fabien Cibray
Ian Humphreys 22 Regis Lespinas
Rory Scholes 23 Eamonn Sheridan