Blair Kinghorn has been passed fit to start for Toulouse in tomorrow's Investec Champions Cup final at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium against Leinster.

The Scotland fullback suffered a broken nose in the closing stages of the semi-final win over Harlequins earlier this month and has not featured for the French giants since. 

But he has been named in the starting XV by head coach Ugo Mola, with Kinghorn again preferred to France counterpart Thomas Ramos in the starting line-up. 

Leinster, meanwhile, have selected Will Connors ahead of former World Player of the Year Josh van der Flier in the back-row. 

Connors' return is one of three changes from the semi-final win over Northampton, with Hugo Keenan and Jason Jenkins also returning. 

Leinster forwards coach Robin McBryde said: “If you don’t get excited this week, you’re in the wrong job. We’ve had to work bloody hard to get here again.

"There are a lot of good teams in the competition, and we had to fight hard to get here.

 “It’s a tough week for the boys that aren’t selected, but it’s vital that they play their part in preparing this team for Saturday. I’ve never been anywhere better, where that happens.”

This year's final brings together the competition's two most successful sides, with Toulouse having won the title a record five times and Leinster four-time winners.

If he can get his hands on the trophy, Kinghorn would follow fellow Scotland internationals Andy Nicol, Nathan Hines, Jim Hamilton, Duncan Taylor, Kelly Brown in lifting the top European trophy.

The last time Scots lifted the trophy was when Stuart Hogg, Jonny Gray, Sam Skinner and Sam Hidalgo-Clyne helped Exeter to their 2020 win over Racing 92.