Munster will look to get back to winning ways this weekend after beating Connacht in Thomond Park last Saturday evening.
The Munster squad started preparations at the HPC yesterday ahead of Friday night’s URC round 9 game away to Edinburgh at the Dam Health Stadium.
On the injury front, Mike Haley failed his HIA on Saturday night and will enter the graded return to play protocols.
Peter O’Mahony passed his HIA but was removed due to a facial/blood injury and will return to training this week.
Jack Crowley will go for a scan today for a lower leg/calf complaint.
Along with the 23-man squad involved in the win over Connacht, there were 10 Munster players in AIL action for their clubs at the weekend.
Patrick Campbell, Conor Phillips, Eoin O’Connor, Dan Goggin and Fionn Gibbons featured for Young Munster in their win over Dublin University with Phillips scoring the match-winning try.
Ethan Coughlan and Kieran Ryan helped Shannon defeat UCD with Ryan touching down in the victory.
Jack Oliver was in action for Garryowen as they were defeated by Lansdowne.
In Division 1B, James French lined out for Highfield in their loss to Malone.
In Division 2A, Evan O’Connell was in action for UL Bohs as they were defeated by Blackrock College.
Continuing to rehab: Conor Murray (groin), Stephen Archer (ankle), Tom Ahern (shoulder), RG Snyman (knee), Fineen Wycherley (shoulder), Paddy Kelly (head), Jack Daly (knee), Jack O’Sullivan (knee), Andrew Conway (knee), Keynan Knox (knee).