Steve Diamond has named his team to face Leicester Tigers on 3rd May in a 3.15pm kick off.
Man of the moment, Michael Paterson, nominated for Green Flag's Forward of the Year, and April's winner of Gatorade's Game Changer award starts, as do Dwayne Peel and James Gaskell, who will represent the home side at the AJ Bell for the last time on Saturday afternoon. Henry Thomas, who is also set to depart starts on the bench.
The absence of captain Dan Braid for the rest of the season after minor knee surgery sees Dave Seymour take up the captaincy once again, and Charlie Ingall stays in at number 11.
There is only one change from the XV that faced Exeter Chiefs, where Andrei Ostrikov replaces Jonathan Mills at number 4.
15 - Tom Arscott, 14 - Tom Brady, 13 - Johnny Leota, 12 - Sammy Tuitupou, 11 - Charlie Ingall, 10 - Danny Cipriani, 9 - Dwayne Peel
1 - Eifion Lewis-Roberts, 2 - Marc Jones, 3 - Vadim Cobilas, 4 - Andrei Ostrikov, 5 - Michael Paterson, 6 - James Gaskell, 7 - Dave Seymour (C), 8 - Viliami Fihaki
16 - Tommy Taylor, 17 - Ross Harrison, 18 - Henry Thomas, 19 - Kirill Kulemin, 20 - Mark Easter, 21 - Will Cliff, 22 - Joe Ford, 23 - Mark Jennings
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Despite trailing by three points at the interval, Sale Sharks European Cup campaign ended at Thomond Park to a Munster side who were desperate to finish on a winning note after failing to qualify for the Quarter Finals.
Sale Sharks' European campaign this season has been a case of what might have been but back-row forward Mark Easter insists he and his teammates can hold their heads high even if it ends without a win.
Danny Cipriani has been called up to the England EPS Squad ahead of this season's Six Nations, and Ross Harrison has been called up for the England Saxons squad for their match against Irish Wolfhounds on Friday 30th January.
Steve Diamond has admitted that the experience of this season's European Rugby Champions Cup has made him and his squad even more determined to finish in the Top Six of the Aviva Premiership and so book their passage into next season's European showpiece.
Sharks were left empty handed after a tremendous effort against Clermont Auvergne in appalling conditions at the AJ Bell Stadium. So close but yet so far in the home games in the competition with Steve Diamond's men running Munster,Saracens and Clermont right to the bell on each game.