Toner steps in for Henderson
Ireland will be without lock Iain Henderson for Sunday's Six Nations game against England after he withdrew due to family reasons.
Coach Andy Farrell originally named an unchanged team from the side that beat Wales 24-14 a fortnight ago in Dublin although Ulster's Henderson has now made himself unavailable.
Leinster second-rower Devin Toner has taken his place in the side and will win his 70th cap, with Connacht's Ultan Dillane replacing him on the bench.
Scrum coach John Fogarty says the squad had been aware of the situation and, with the 28-year-old having twice missed training over the last week, he is confident Toner will have no issues stepping in for the Twickenham clash.
"Faz [Andy Farrell] was speaking with Iain during the week to see how it would all turn out," said Fogarty, via the BBC.
"They spoke a bit last night and this morning and it became clear this morning. We had planned during the week, in the eventuality that it would happen, that Dev is there."
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