Chris Henry will captain the Ulster team to play Treviso at the Stadio Mongio this Friday (26th November, KO 7.05 local time) and the line-up also includes Paddy Wallace who is a late release from the Irish Squad.
Two try hero Craig Gilroy retains his place on the wing while Darren Cave returns to the starting line-up having recovered from a hamstring injury. Cave's partnership with Paddy Wallace means last week's centre duo, Nevin Spence and Ian Whitten move to the bench. Otherwise the back-line is the same as that which defeated Cardiff 15-37 last Sunday.
Up front, Bryan Young replaces Paddy McAllister in the front row while injury to Johann Muller (neck) means that Tim Barker is called into the engine room alongside Dan Tuohy. Injury to Robbie Diack means that Chris Henry moves from openside to cover the No.8 position while Willie Faloon is drafted in on the flank.
Ulster: (15-9): Adam D'Arcy; Craig Gilroy, Darren Cave, Paddy Wallace, Simon Danielli; Ian Humphreys, Paul Marshall (1-8) Bryan Young, Nigel Brady, BJ Botha, Tim Barker, Dan Tuohy, Pedrie Wannenburg, Willie Faloon, Chris Henry (Captain)
Replacements (16-23): Andi Kyriacou, Paddy McAllister, Jerry Cronin, Neil McComb, Ali Birch, Ian Porter, Ian Whitten, Nevin Spence
The match will be shown live on BBC 2 NI from 6pm