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Put another way, if Munster don’t win this, they’ll have a mountain to climb.The inclusion of Carter was one of two surprises in Racing’s team announcement, the other being Pat Lambie - who made his debut off the bench in his customary outhalf position in last week’s win over Leicester - named at full-back instead of the brilliant Argentinian, Juan Imhoff.
Wessels is also being linked with a role at the Melbourne Rebels, but is the current favourite to replace Rassie Erasmus at Thomond Park.
Their third change sees Jean Kleyn return to the second row after three weeks out with a nerve issue in his neck for a game that will also be Tommy O’Donnell’s 150th for Munster.
As an aside, several of the Racing squad, including Ronan O’Gara, were at the first public event in Racing’s new state-of-the-art indoor home at the U Arena on Thursday night, the first of three concerts by the Rolling Stones which will draw a total of 120,000 over the three nights.
Coleman is in a similar boat and while the ARU are looking to re-house the best players in rival franchises, speculation is mounting that the 25-year-old will move to Europe with the Reds top of the queue.
The departure of Donnacha Ryan has left a hole in the Irish province's lock stocks, with one-year replacement Gerbrandt Grobler out until after Christmas to compound matters.
The challenge today for Munster is bigger, in every sense, and not least for their attack, as backs-cum-attack coach Felix Jones admits.
“When you look at the sheer size of them, getting any sort of momentum against them is actually really difficult because they’ve got players that are literally 120, 130 kilos.So that’s difficult to penetrate or get momentum against.” Then there’s the question of containing them, whether it’s a typically potent French maul, or a combination of heavyweight carriers and offloading.In particular, the offloading game of Fijian lock Leone Nakarawa is well nigh uncontainable.Timmy Sheehan For those directly involved, sport to a large extent can be all about winning and losing.For the neutral observers, when one takes the emotion out of it, it can be extremely enjoyable and entertaining, even relaxing to sit back and enjoy the brilliance of some of its greatest exponents.The plaque will be position alongside one of Paul Derbyshire, Munster’s late strength and conditioning coach, and there will be a minute’s applause before kick-off in memory of Foley.