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Gloucester centre Mike Tindall will captain the Barbarians team which has been named ahead of Sunday’s clash with England.
The 34-year-old, who earned 75 England caps during an 11-year international career, will lead the invitational side out for the friendly at Twickenham.
Tindall is also serving as an assistant coach for the Barbarians throughout their two-game tour, which culminates with a game against the British and Irish Lions in Hong Kong in June.
Meanwhile, Wales fly-half James Hook, who was something of a shock omission from Warren Gatland’s Lions squad, has the chance to prove his worth against England.
And he will be joined in the team by international colleague Matthew Rees, who became Wales’ most-capped hooker during his side’s successful 2013 Six Nations campaign.
Andrea Lo Cicero of Italy and Samoa international James Johnston will line up alongside Rees in the front row.
England coach Rob Lancaster has named a young squad for his side’s upcoming tour of Argentina, with many of his first-choice options playing prominent roles for the Lions.
There are 12 players among the 32-man squad who are yet to make their international debut.