Ireland head coach Andy Farrell has named his side to face England in their final Guinness Six Nations game at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.
There are a number of changes to the starting 15 that lined out against Scotland last weekend.
Garry Ringrose is ruled out through injury so Bundee Aki slots in at inside centre with Robbie Henshaw shifting to No.13.
Jacob Stockdale returns to the team for the first time this year and is named on the left wing with Keith Earls on and Hugo Keenan completing the back three.
In the front row, Dave Kilcoyne starts at loosehead alongside Rob Herring at hooker and Tadhg Furlong at tighthead.
Tadhg Beirne moves into lock to partner Iain Henderson in the absence of the injured James Ryan.
Will Connors was ruled out yesterday with a knee injury in training so Josh van der Flier comes in at openside.
CJ Stander moves to 6 for his final Ireland game in Aviva Stadium and Jack Conan is named at No.8.