Jacques Brunel has made one change to his France squad, bringing in second row Paul Gabrillagues ahead of the trip to Ireland in Round Four.
Les Bleus got their Guinness Six Nations campaign up and running with a 27-10 bonus-point win over Scotland in Paris on Saturday.
They will now head to Ireland to take on the defending champions, with Brunel making just one change to his 31-man squad.
That change sees Gabrillagues called up to replace the injured Fabien Sanconnie, with the rest of the squad unchanged.
Sanconnie had originally come into the squad to replace Bernard le Roux but has since picked up a knock.
As a result, Gabrillagues comes in, and will be looking to add to his 11 caps, having featured in all five matches in last year’s Championship.
Les Bleus currently sit fourth in the Guinness Six Nations table, one place and three points behind Ireland, who they face in Dublin on Sunday, March 10.