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Marcus Rea will be handed his first start for Ulster in Saturday's Pro14 trip to Ospreys.
The 23-year-old has been named at openside flanker for the clash at Liberty Stadium (kick-off 5.15pm).
Rea was Player of the Match in his only previous Ulster appearance, as a replacement against Leinster in April last year.
Marcus’s older brother Matty – Player of the Match in last weekend’s bonus point win over Benetton – is named alongside him at blindside, with Marcell Coetzee at number eight.
Jack McGrath, Rob Herring and Marty Moore have been given the front row starting berths, and Alan O’Connor has been selected along with captain Iain Henderson in the second row.
Matt Faddes returns to the starting side on the right wing and will join Jacob Stockdale at full-back and Rob Lyttle on the left wing.
Last week’s midfield duo of Stewart Moore and James Hume has been retained. Ian Madigan comes in to start at fly-half, pairing with John Cooney at scrum-half.
On the bench coach Dan McFarland has six forward options including Adam McBurney, Eric O'Sullivan, Gareth Milasinovich, Kieran Treadwell, Greg Jones and Sean Reidy, with David Shanahan and Louis Ludik offering back line cover.
Ulster will be looking to build on last week's opening bonus point win over Benetton, with Dan McFarland's side recording a 35-24 win in Belfast.
Ulster travel to Wales to face Ospreys today as the new PRO14 season continues.
Dan McFarland's men will be hoping to go one better than a PRO14 final loss to Leinster this time around, and they got off to the right start last week.
They nailed down a bonus point thanks to a 35-24 win over Italian side Benetton at Kingspan Stadium, and can now make it two on the bounce in Wales.
But the game was thrown into doubt earlier this week after the province confirmed that a senior player and academy player tested positive for Covid-19.
After a brief stoppage of team training, the province have got the nod to travel across the Irish Sea for the clash.
Here's everything you need to know for the big game: