Wales coach Steve Hansen has said 'same again' to the side that impressed against South Africa last week for the second Test in Capetown on Saturday.
Wales went down to a narrow 34-19 defeat in Bloemfontein with Cardiff's Rhys Williams and Craig Morgan both going over for tries and the halfback pairing of Llanelli clubmates Stephen Jones and Dwayne Peel coming through with flying colours.
The only change to the 22 comes on the bench with Bath's Gavin Thomas replacing Pontypridd's Richard Parks as cover for the back row.
Wales Team v South Africa, Capetown, Saturday 15 June (Kick-off 2.00pm BST)
Kevin Morgan (Swansea); Rhys Williams (Cardiff), Mark Taylor (Swansea), Andy Marinos (Newport), Craig Morgan (Cardiff); Stephen Jones (Llanelli), Dwayne Peel (Llanelli); Iestyn Thomas (Llanelli), Robin McBryde (Llanelli), Ben Evans (Swansea), Gareth Llewellyn (Neath), Steve Williams (Northampton), Michael Owen (Pontypridd), Martyn Williams (Cardiff), Colin Charvis (Swansea)
Replacements: Mefin Davies (Pontypridd), Martyn Madden (Llanelli), Robert Sidoli (Pontypridd), Gavin Thomas (Bath), Ryan Powell (Cardiff), Neil Jenkins (Cardiff), Tom Shanklin (Saracens)
RGC 1404 have celebrated their crowning as Division One East winners, after just one season of competitive rugby. A big crowd turned out to support the clubs 'Celebration Saturday' when they were presented with the SWALEC trophy following their definitive 45-0 home win against Rhydydfelin on 18 May.
A special video package as Pontypridd claimed the double for the first time in their history by winning the Principality Premiership final, including match build-up, highlights, post match reaction and dressing room celebrations.