Team news as Sale host London Irish in Friday's Premiership fixture at AJ Bell Stadium (19:45 GMT).
London Irish captain Declan Danaher hopes the takeover of the club will see a return of the glory days.
London Irish bring in Glasgow prop Kevin Bryce on loan for a month to cover for injured David Paice.
Stade Francais avenge last Sunday's loss by London Irish to earn a vital win in Pool Five of the Challenge Cup.
London Irish boss Brian Smith hopes new investment will help the club keep hold of Marland Yarde and James O'Connor.
Former South Africa prop CJ Van der Linde, part of their 2007 Rugby World Cup-winning side, joins London Irish until May.
London Irish announce the takeover of the Premiership club by a consortium of Irish businessmen.
London Irish make it three victories from three pool games, beating Stade Francais 24-13 in the Challenge Cup.
London Irish coach Glenn Delaney says the visit of Stade Francais will be a 'monumental test' for the Exiles pack.
London Irish boss Brian Smith defends picking Marland Yarde despite his release from England's autumn international squad.
Fly-half Andy Goode's drop-goal proves crucial as London Wasps earn a narrow victory over struggling London Irish.
London Irish and England winger Marland Yarde is a doubt for the Six Nations after rupturing a tendon in his hip.
London Irish lose hooker David Paice for up to two months with a broken arm, as scrum 'doctor' Phil Keith-Roach arrives.
London Irish winger Topsy Ojo signs a three-year contract extension with the Premiership club.
Toby Flood converts two penalty tries to help Leicester Tigers to victory against a plucky London Irish side.
London Irish back Sailosi Tagicakibau admits fighting to reclaim his starting place jolted him back "into gear".
London Irish boss Brian Smith says England winger Marland Yarde is close to signing a new deal with the Exiles.
Ulster loose-head prop Tom Court will leave the club at the end of this season after signing a deal with London Irish.
London Irish stalwart Declan Danaher says he no longer dreads the day when he calls time on his 14-year career.
London Irish back Alex Lewington says he has been impressed by the impact made by new signing James O'Connor.