Alun Wyn Jones will captain the Barbarians in opposition to the World XV at Twickenham after asserting his worldwide retirement.
Israel Folau begins on the wing for the World XV, who’re skippered by Italy’s Michele Lamaro.
Steve Hansen is teaching the World XV whereas ex-England coach Eddie Jones takes cost of the Barbarians.
It will likely be the primary time Jones has returned to Twickenham since he was sacked in December.
The Rugby Soccer Union (RFU) will likely be flying a Delight flag at Twickenham this Sunday (14:00 BST) and Hansen has welcomed the choice, saying the stance is a “optimistic consequence” of Folau’s choice.
Folau, 34, was sacked by Rugby Australia in 2019 for making anti-gay feedback on social media.
The 2 groups are invitational, which means the coaches choose gamers from any nation to take part. The sport will not be a Check match as, whereas it’s performed at Check degree, no caps are awarded.
In a press release launched on Wednesday, the RFU stated it “helps the LGBTQ+ neighborhood” and understands in the event that they “really feel unwelcome” and “disheartened by the appeared acceptance of anti-LGBTQ+ viewpoints on the pitch”.
It stated the RFU is “difficult, and can proceed to problem, exclusionary behaviour and micro aggressions to make sure everybody feels revered, empowered and accountable”.
Barbarians: Anscombe; Radwan, Tamanivalu, Kerevi, Li; Cooper, Maunder; Waller, Dolly, Pieretto, AW Jones (captain), Lewies, Wainwright, Yamamoto, Luatua.
Replacements: Thacker, West, Sadie, Simmons, Vailanu, Hougaard, Cruden, Johnson.
World XV: Piutau; Folau, Radradra, Laumape, Nkosi; Hastings, Phipps; W Jones, Brown, Kebble, Ratuniyarawa, Hockings, Negri, Lamaro (captain), Mata.
Replacements: Dee, Dell, Avenue, N Cannone, Murphy, Corridor, Patchell, Rasaku.