Three former Wallabies have been named in a World XV squad to play South Africa in Cape Town.
Australian backs James O'Connor, Drew Mitchell and Matt Giteau have been named in the 23-man squad for the game on June 7 which is the first of the year for the Springboks.
The squad boasting 707 Test caps will be coached by former Springboks mentor Nick Mallett.
Experienced French loose forward Julien Bonnaire was forced to withdraw from the squad, which also contains six former All Blacks, because of injury. A replacement is being sought.
World XV squad:
Backs: James O'Connor (Australia), Drew Mitchell (Australia), Hosea Gear (NZ), Sititiveni Sivivatu (NZ), Aurelien Rougerie (France), Rene Ranger (NZ), Matt Giteau (Australia), Franois Trinh-Duc (France), Rory Kockott (South Africa), Jimmy Cowan (NZ)
Forwards: Steffon Armitage (England), Alexandre Lapandry (France), Roger Wilson (Ireland), Mamuka Gorgodze (Georgia), Alistair Hargreaves (South Africa), Joe Tekori (Samoa), Juandre Kruger (South Africa), Schalk Ferreira (South Africa), Sona Taumololo (Tonga), BJ Botha (South Africa), Carl Hayman (NZ), Schalk Brits (South Africa), Andrew Hore (NZ)