Stuart Olding set for 50th Ulster cap as Les Kiss rings in the changes for clash with Treviso

The province make six changes for their trip to Italy

Stuart Olding is poised to make his 50th appearance for Ulster this Saturday as the province make the trip to Treviso.

Les Kiss has opted to make six changes to the team that beat Newport Gwent Dragon last weekend for the trip to Italy.

Rob Lyttle comes in after impressing during his substitute performance and scoring two tries. Kieran Treadwell, meanwhile, makes his first competitive start for the province when partners Franco van der Merwe in the second row.

Rob Herring resumes the role as captain and is joined in the front row by Kyle McCall and Rodney Ah You.

Clive Ross, Sean Reidy and Roger Wilson all combine to make up the back row, while Man of the Match last weekend, Ruan Pienaar, will once again line out alongside Brett Herron at half back.

Olding shifts from outside to inside centre and is joined in midfield by fellow Irish international Luke Marshall.

Lyttle is included in the back three with fellow try-scorer from last week, Jacob Stockdale, and the returning Louis Ludik.

Ulster Team to face Treviso

(15-9): L Ludik, R Lyttle, L Marshall, S Olding, J Stockdale, B Herron, R Pienaar;

(1-8): K McCall, R Herring (c), R Ah You, K Treadwell, F van der Merwe, C Ross, S Reidy, R Wilson


(16-23): J Andrew, A Warwick, R Kane, P Browne, R Diack, A Lloyd, S McCloskey, D Cave.