Fit-again trio Girvan Dempsey, Shane Horgan and Ronan O'Gara have been named in a 24-man Ireland squad for the RBS 6 Nations clash against France in Dublin on March 8.
All three missed the victory in Rome over Italy last Saturday through injury but have proved their fitness this week at a training camp in Dublin.
Leinster full-back Dempsey was a late withdrawal from the Irish team to play Italy after failing to recover in time from a groin strain. His place was taken by Geordan Murphy, who turned in an impressive performance against the Italians.
Leicester star Murphy had replaced Horgan early in the first match against Scotland at Murrayfield on February 16 when the winger suffered a hamstring injury while O'Gara has not played since Munster's Celtic League final victory over Neath in Cardiff on February 1, when he was stamped on the ankle by flanker Brett Sinkinson.
Harlequins fly-half Burke is the player to make way for O'Gara in the Ireland squad and has rejoined the A squad.
Ireland squad for the RBS 6 Nations clash against France:
Forwards: S Byrne, V Costello, L Cullen, J Fitzpatrick, A Foley, Keith Gleeson, J Hayes, M Horan, G Longwell, M O'Kelly, Alan Quinlan, F Sheahan.
Backs: G Dempsey, G Easterby, R Henderson, D Hickie, S Horgan, D Humphreys, J Kelly, K Maggs, G Murphy, R O'Gara, B O'Driscoll (capt), P Stringer.
Before Will Greenwood started breaking down moves off the field, he was doing the business on it - and no match better illustrated the type of marauding centre he was than in a virtuoso performance against Wales.