Rugby Fly-half Byrne to make full Ireland debut against England

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Rugby Ireland fly-half Ross Byrne

Ross appeared to slip down the pecking order at fly-half in last season’s Six Nations
Rugby World Cup: England v Ireland
Venue:Twickenham, LondonDate:Saturday 24 AugustKick-off:15:00 BST
Coverage:Commentary on the BBC Sport website and app and on BBC Radio Ulster MW, highlights on BBC Two at 19:30 BST

Ross Byrne will make his full Test debut for Ireland on Saturday after being named in the side to play England in a World Cup warm-up at Twickenham.

The Leinster fly-half is included in a strong starting line-up which shows 12 personnel changes and one positional switch from the one which beat Italy.

Jordan Larmour moves from full-back to right wing and Garry Ringrose is again chosen at centre, alongside Bundee Aki.

Recently qualified South African-born lock Jean Kleyn retains his place.

The Munster second row is handed a second opportunity to stake his claim for a place in the final 31-man squad after making his debut against Italy.

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