Four Wallabies will return for the Melbourne Rebels when they face the Sunwolves in Super Rugby on Friday night but Will Genia remains sidelined with a knee injury.
Dane Haylett-Petty, Sefa Naivalu, Ben Daley and Jordan Uelese were all included for the AAMI Park match, giving them a final chance to push their claims for Test selection for next month's series against Ireland.
Genia is certain to be included in Australia's squad but now has just has one Rebels game remaining to find his feet before the opening Test in Brisbane on June 9.
Haylett-Petty will start at fullback for the Rebels after recovering from a bulged disc in his neck suffered against the Bulls in Pretoria a month ago while Uelese has been named on the bench after injuring his arm in the same game.
Test utility Reece Hodge will make his first start of the season at five-eighth, while Wallabies hopeful Jack Maddocks has shifted to the wing to accommodate the return of Haylett-Petty.
Prop Pone Fa'amausili and Kiwi five-eighth are in line to earn Super Rugby debuts after being named among the reserves.
Coming off the bye, the Rebels are looking to recapture the form that earned them a win over the Brumbies in their previous outing and coach Dave Wessels said it was a bonus to have Haylett-Petty available.
"It's good to have Dane back in the starting 15 - he's a real leader in the group and everyone will take confidence from having him around," he said.
"The Sunwolves played some fantastic attacking rugby to beat the Stormers and Reds in the last two weeks, so we know they're arriving Melbourne full of confidence."
Rebels: Dane Haylett-Petty, Jack Maddocks, Tom English, Billy Meakes, Marika Koroibete, Reece Hodge, Michael Ruru, Amanaki Mafi, Colby Fainga'a, Angus Cottrell, Adam Coleman (c), Matt Philip, Sam Talakai, Anaru Rangi, Fereti Sa'aga. Res: Jordan Uelese, Ben Daley, Pone Fa'amausili, Geoff Parling, Lopeti Timani, Harrison Goddard, Tayler Adams, Sefa Naivalu.