Adam Jones returns to the Dragons second row after a spell out through injury.
Newport Gwent Dragons remain unfazed by facing European rugby giants Toulouse in a return Pool Five Heineken Cup clash at the Stade Ernest Wallon tomorrow.
The former European Cup champions are setting the pace in the French Super 14 and have proved unbeatable over recent months having gone unbeaten in their last 11 matches.
The Dragons put up a spirited display against Toulouse at Rodney Parade last weekend before the French outfit pulled away to record a 26-7 victory.
Former Welsh second row Adam Jones returns to the fray after surgery on both his shoulder and knee.
"I can't wait to get back out there playing again and improve on the form that I enjoyed with the team before my injury," said Jones. "This is a must-win situation against one of the best teams in Europe."
With Jones's return, the impressive Hoani MacDonald has been moved to the side of the scrum at blindside flanker.
Dragons coach Paul Turner has made a number of changes to the backline with Jason Tovey, Rory Sidey, Ashley Smith, Tal Selley and Shaun Connor all coming in.
Dragons: J Tovey; G Wyatt, R Sidey, A Smith, T Selley; S Connor, W Evans; A Black, T Willis (capt), R Thomas, A Jones, L Charteris, H MacDonald, C Charvis, J Bearman.
Replacements: S Jones, G Robinson, D Lydiate, J Ringer, R Lewis, R Davies, P Dollman.
The last five years have been an emotional rollercoaster on and off the pitch for RGC1404. Promotion to the Principality Premiership was the culmination of five years of hard work and investment in North Wales. WRU TV caught up with prop Joe Simpson, who was one of the first intake of WRU North Wales Academy players in 2010.
Ebbw Vale captain Damien Hudd picked up the biggest accolade of the night at the 11th Principality Premiership Awards Evening held at Principality Stadium, after leading his side to the title for the first time.
Wales assistant coach Robin McBryde is predicting a tough battle against England on Sunday despite the fact they may not be considered to be at full strength. Players will be out to impress Eddie Jones which makes England a dangerous proposition, he says.
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