There are no changes from their last scheduled games for all four interprovincial sides ahead of the next round of matches on Thursday.

MTB Northern Knights welcomed back David Delany and drafted in Marc Ellison  to replace Paul Stirling for their aborted game at Comber against Leinster.

They will have the same 13 at Stormont on Thursday, for the clash with Munster.

It will be familiar surroundings for a quintet of players, as there will be no fewer than five CSNI guys across the two squads.

(MTB Northern Knights Head Coach Simon Johnston and captain Gary Wilson.)

There is also a family affair with three Tector brothers involved, Harry with the Knights, while Jack skippers Munster alongside the youngest sibling Tim.

(It will be a family affair for Harry Tector on Thursday)

Munster suffered a drubbing against a powerful Leinster side, but coach Ted Williamson and his selectors have resisted the urge to make any changes at this early stage.

Meanwhile in Dublin it's as you were for both Leinster Lightning and NW Warriors.

Lightning were due to have George Dockrell back at the helm with Andrew Balbirnie on T20 Blast duty along with Gareth Delany. Pembroke seamer Barry McCarthy is still on the injured list with Sydney Parade colleague Fiachra Tucker joining his brother Lorcan in the ranks.

The Warriors are still without pace bowling duo Conor Olphert and Boyd Rankin, but are boosted by William Porterfield's inclusion despite his new coaching role with Warwickshire.

Both matches on Thursday start at 1.30pm.