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Will now face the Rebels ahead of the second Test, with head coach Warren Gatland having to shuffle his options.

Geoff Parling had been due to skipper the side, however Paul O'Connell's injury means the England lock has been withdrawn with a view to starting against the Wallabies on Saturday.

Without their marquee players as Kurtley Beale, James O'Connor and Nick Phipps are away on international duty.

Rebels:15 Jason Woodward, 14 Tom English, 13 Mitch Inman, 12 Rory Sidey, 11 Lachlan Mitchell, 10 Bryce Hegarty, 9 Luke Burgess, 1 Nic Henderson, 2 Ged Robinson, 3 Laurie Weeks, 4 Cadeyrn Neville, 5 Hugh Pyle, 6 Jarrod Saffy, 7 Scott Fuglistaller, 8 Gareth Delve (c).
Replacements: 16 Pat Leafa, 17 Cruze Ah Nau, 18 Paul Alo-Emile 19 Luke Jones, 20 Jordy Reid, 21 Nic Stirzaker, 22 Angus Roberts, 23 Cooper Vuna.

British and Irish Lions: 15 Rob Kearney, 14 Sean Maitland, 13 Manu Tuilagi, 12 Brad Barritt, 11 Simon Zebo, 10 Owen Farrell, 9 Conor Murray, 1 Ryan Grant, 2 Richard Hibbard, 3 Dan Cole, 4 Richie Gray, 5 Ian Evans, 6 Dan Lydiate (capt), 7 Sean O'Brien, 8 Toby Faletau.
Replacements: 16 Rory Best, 17 Tom Court, 18 Matt Stevens, 19 Tom Croft, 20 Justin Tipuric, 21 Ben Youngs, 22 Billy Twelvetrees, 23 Stuart Hogg

Australia from French Top 14 side with a stated aim of facing the Lions. "Every rugby player's dream is to have the opportunity to play the British & Irish Lions in their home country, and I am very honoured to have been selected to start for the Rebels and get a chance to play them," Burgess said. "Having been in Melbourne a couple of weeks now, I have built some solid combinations with this young playing group, and have enjoyed working alongside Nic Stirzaker in the half-back role.

Melbourne Rebels {{ Player }} Welshman Gareth Delve will be leaving the Rebels at the end of the campaign and he could seal a move back to Europe with a big showing against some familiar foes.

Melbourne Rebels ( Team ) Delve leads the Rebels' 'strongest possible' side with Kurtley Beale, James O'Connor and Nick Phipps in camp with the Wallabies and loose forward Scott Higginbotham sidelined through injury. However, there is international quality in the form of Wallabies No.9 Luke Burgess while Lachlan Mitchell, Tom English and Jason Woodward form the back three. There is further Super Rugby experience in the form of the front row trio of Nic Henderson, Ged Robinson and Laurie Weeks. Delve is joined in the back row by Scott Fuglistaller and Jarrod Saffy while Bryce Hegarty is named at fly-half after recovering from illness.

British & Irish Lions {{ Player }} With Test No.9 Mike Phillips coming in for some criticism in the wake of the Lions' victory over the Wallabies, can Conor Murray deliver a timely performance and force coach Warren Gatland into a change for the second Test?

British & Irish Lions - (Team ) Wales flanker Dan Lydiate will lead the Lions after original skipper Geoff Parling was withdrawn as a result of a tour-ending injury for Test lock Paul O'Connell. Centre Manu Tuilagi is also back from injury and will partner England colleague Brad Barritt in midfield. Rob Kearney is named at fullback, linking with Simon Zebo and Sean Maitland in the back three. Owen Farrell guides the team at fly-half alongside scrum-half Conor Murray. Ryan Grant, Richard Hibbard and Dan Cole are handed starts in the front-row while Ian Evans starts alongside Richie Gray in the second row. Lydiate is named at blindside with Sean O'Brien on the other side of the scrum and Toby Faletau at No.8.