Six Australians will get the chance to play under Eddie Jones as part of the Barbarians rugby squad on this month's three-match tour, which includes a trip to Brazil.
Brumbies duo Pete Samu and Joe Powell have been selected alongside Melbourne Rebels quartet Angus Cottrell, Billy Meakes, Luke Jones and Matt Philip.
Former Wallabies coach Jones takes charge of a Barbarians squad which also includes some of the Springboks who beat his England team in the Rugby World Cup final in Japan earlier this month.
Ten South Africans are included - World Cup final heroes Tendai Mtawarira, Lukhanyo Am and Makazole Mapimpi plus Curwin Bosch, Herschel Jantjies, Dillyn Leyds, Andre Esterhuizen, Morne Steyn, Hencus van Wyk and Marco van Staden.
Retiring Ireland legend Rory Best, Scotland's Josh Strauss, French centre Mathieu Bastareud, Canada's Tyler Ardron, Fiji back Campese Ma'afu and New Zealand duo David Havili and Andrew Makalio have also been called up.
The Barbarians will face Fiji at Twickenham on Saturday before travelling to Sao Paolo to take on Brazil four days later.
The trip to Brazil to take on the Tupis will mark the 24th country that the Barbarians have played, with their opponents since the turn of the century also including Germany, Portugal, Georgia, Tunisia, Spain, Belgium, Fiji, Samoa, the Czech Republic and Tonga.
The tour will finish with a clash against Wales at Principality Stadium in Cardiff on November 30.
Australian Associated Press