Wales stars Jamie Roberts, Leigh Halfpenny and Andy Powell have been called up by the Barbarians for the Twickenham clash with New Zealand next week.
The Cardiff Blues trio - who were also selected for the British Lions' summer tour of South Africa - are the only British players selected in the Barbarians squad for the December 5 match.
Australians Matt Giteau, George Smith, Drew Mitchell and Rocky Elsom are in line to face the All Blacks, while Springboks Bryan Habana, Schalk Burger, Fourie du Preez and Victor Matfield have been called up.
Out-of-favour All Blacks star Joe Rokocoko has also been selected by the Barbarians.
Backs: Leigh Halfpenny (Wales), Bryan Habana (South Africa), Joe Rokocoko (New Zealand), Drew Mitchell (Australia), Jamie Roberts (Wales), Jaque Fourie (South Africa), Morne Steyn (South Africa), Matt Giteau (Australia), Fourie du Preez (South Africa), Will Genia (Australia)
Forwards: Bismarck du Plessis (South Africa), Stephen Moore (Australia), Tendai Mtawarira (South Africa), WP Nel (Free State Cheetahs), Salvatore Perugini (Italy), Victor Matfield (South Africa), Danie Rossouw (South Africa), Carlo del Fava (Italy), Rocky Elsom (Australia), Schalk Burger (South Africa), George Smith (Australia), Andy Powell (Wales)
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