Limerick manager John Kiely will ring the changes once again for Sunday's Munster SHL clash against Kerry.
Kiely handed debuts to a number of players for last weekend's win over Cork, and he revealed to the Limerick Leader that he will do the same for this weekend's clash against the Kingdom.
The following week Limerick take on Clare in the last round of the early season competition and with a few injury concerns, Kiely is set to continue using his full squad.
"We are going to mix it up a bit," said Kiely. "We have Kerry on Sunday and Clare the following week - we have no ambition set, we are just going to see who are fit.
"Kyle Hayes will be out for two to three weeks, Gearoid Hegarty has a swollen ankle, Graeme Mulcahy will be out for maybe three weeks with a groin strain, Richie McCarthy is in Australia travelling until mid-January. This time of year, we will have fellas in and out."