Ireland boss Eddie O'Sullivan has resisted the urge to make any changes for Saturday's RBS 6 Nations Championship clash with France.
The Irish defeated Italy 26-16 in the championship opener last Saturday but it was an unconvincing display that O'Sullivan could have punished by wielding the axe.
But he has given the same players a chance to redeem themselves in Paris where France will be hoping to make amends for Sunday's shock 20-16 defeat by Scotland.
Munster number eight Denis Leamy must appear before a disciplinary panel on Wednesday night for his alleged stamp on scrum-half Paul Griffen.
If found guilty Leamy faces a ban of between six and eight weeks and would have to be replaced for the trip to Paris.
Veteran back row Anthony Foley will replace Leamy if his Munster team-mate is found guilty of stamping on Griffin.
O'Sullivan said: "I don't know what will happen with Denis. If cleared he will play on Saturday. Anthony Foley will start if he's not cleared."
The Ireland coach decided against making any changes in order to give the same side a vote of confidence ahead of what should be a bruising clash with France.
He said: "It wasn't a good performance by us but it was collectively poor so there was no real case for making sweeping changes.
Ireland team to face France at the Stade de France on February 11:
G Murphy (Leicester); S Horgan (Leinster), B O'Driscoll (Leinster, captain), G D'Arcy (Leinster), T Bowe (Ulster); R O'Gara (Munster), P Stringer (Munster); M Horan (Munster), J Flannery (Munster), J Hayes (Munster), M O'Kelly (Leinster), P O'Connell (Munster), S Easterby (Llanelli), D Wallace (Munster), D Leamy (Munster).
Replacements: R Best (Ulster), S Best (Ulster), D O'Callaghan (Munster), J O'Connor (Wasps), E Reddan (Wasps), D Humphreys (Ulster), A Trimble (Ulster).
As head coach Stuart Lancaster polishes the axe he will soon wield over his World Cup training squad, Exeter Chiefs coach Rob Baxter has backed Jack Nowell, Henry Slade and Luke Cowan-Dickie to be given a stay of execution.
Italy Under-20s held off a late Samoa blitz to retain their place in the World Rugby U20 Championship on Saturday and head coach Alessandro Troncon believes the experience will have served as a valuable lesson for his young troops.