Ireland face into their penultimate Six Nations game his Saturday against Italy, almost eight months since the original fixture was postponed.
Ireland Head Coach, Andy Farrell can now call upon Munster duo Peter O’Mahony and Chris Farrell who have linked up with the squad.
Another Munster duo, Craig Casey and Fineen Whycherley have been released back to the Province ahead of Monday’s clash with the Ospreys.
The entire squad is available to train today at the IRFU High Performance Centre.
Ireland take on Italy at the Aviva stadium on Saturday at 3.30pm in the fourth round of the 2020 Six Nations.
Ireland overcame Scotland in their opening game before making it two from two against Wales in the Aviva.
However, England were 24-12 victor sin their last competitive game in February.
Ireland take on France in their final game of the competition on October 31.