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And Perpignan tighthead prop Nicolas Mas makes his return in place of Luc Ducalcon having recovered from a hamstring problem which kept him out of the last three games.
Lièvremont said: “I do not think there are internal problems, just a frustration on my part but also the players. And also of shame after the match last Saturday. All this will, hopefully, generate a reaction.
“We're putting that behind us and looking forward to the next match. I've still got a great deal of belief in my team, a huge amount of belief in their qualities of rugby players. That hasn't changed.
“We're under a bit of pressure - it's part of the tournament. It's not huge problems, just a bit of stress and a certain amount of unhappiness with the way the pool matches have been played.”
Meanwhile Aurélien Rougerie has been named in the side despite suffering a sprained shoulder at the end of the defeat to Tonga, while captain Thierry Dusautoir is also included despite a shoulder injury.
Rougerie will line up alongside Maxime Mermoz, whose Perpignan teammate David Marty comes on to the bench for the suspended Fabrice Estebanez, while Morgan Parra keeps the fly-half jersey with François Trinh-Duc again having to settle for a place on the bench.
The only other change sees Louis Picamoles come on to the bench as back row cover having missed the Tonga clash.
15. Maxime Médard – Toulouse
14. Vincent Clerc – Toulouse
13. Aurélien Rougerie – Clermont Auvergne
12. Maxime Mermoz – Perpignan
11. Alexis Palisson – Toulon
10. Morgan Parra – Clermont Auvergne
9. Dimitri Yachvili – Biarritz
1. Jean-Baptiste Poux – Toulouse
2. William Servat – Toulouse
3. Nicolas Mas – Perpignan
4. Pascal Papé – Stade Français
5. Lionel Nallet – Racing Métro
6. Thierry Dusautoir – Toulouse
7. Julien Bonnaire – Clermont Auvergne
8. Imanol Harinordoquy – Biarritz
16. Dimitri Szarzewski – Stade Français
17. Fabien Barcella – Biarritz
18. Julien Pierre – Clermont Auvergne
19. Louis Picamoles – Toulouse
20. François Trinh-Duc – Montpellier
21. David Marty – Perpignan
22. Cédric Heymans – Bayonne