Martin Corry leads the Barbarians from the second row as he brings down the curtain on his career.
The Leicester Tigers' flanker captains an exciting line-up with 632 caps-worth of international experience taking the field at 4.15pm on Saturday.
The invitation side also includes his fellow 2003 Rugby World Cup winners Josh Lewsey (London Wasps), also playing in his last match on English soil, and Iain Balshaw (Gloucester Rugby), with London Irish player coach Mike Catt on the replacements bench.
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The Barbarians, who go on to play Australia in Sydney on June 6, also include Heineken Cup winners Gordon D'Arcy and Rocky Elsom from Leinster with Saracens fly half Glen Jackson the only uncapped player in the startling line-up.
There is a strong New Zealand flavour to the rest of the side with seven All Blacks involved - Ben Blair, Doug Howlett and Justin Marshall in the backline, and Clarke Dermody, Greg Somerville, Chris Jack and Jerry Collins up front.
Ben Blair (Cardiff Blues & New Zealand); Doug Howlett (Munster & New Zealand), Josh Lewsey (London Wasps & England), Gordon D'Arcy (Leinster & Ireland), Iain Balshaw (Gloucester Rugby & England); Glen Jackson (Saracens), Justin Marshall (Saracens & New Zealand); Clarke Dermody (London Irish & New Zealand); Schalk Brits (Stormers & South Africa), Greg Somerville (Gloucester Rugby & New Zealand); Martin Corry (Leicester Tigers & England, captain), Chris Jack (Saracens & New Zealand); Jerry Collins (Toulon & New Zealand), Serge Betsen (London Wasps & France), Rocky Elsom (Leinster & Australia)
Sebastien Bruno (Sale Sharks & France), B J Botha (Ulster & South Africa), Paul Tito (Cardiff Blues), Phil Waugh (Waratahs & Australia), Chris Whitaker (Leinster & Australia), Mike Catt (London Irish & England), Ratu Nasiganiyavi (Waratahs)