Gloucester Rugby will be represented on the international stage in the final round of the Autumn Nations Series fixtures this weekend.
Jonny May will start on the wing as England face reigning world champions South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday. England have won their two other games against Tonga and Australia with this test against South Africa set to be the toughest test yet.
Lining up at outside centre, Chris Harris is set to play a key role as Scotland host Japan. After helping Scotland to a 15-13 win over Australia before a 30-15 loss to South Africa, Harris will be hoping to end his Autumn campaign with a win.
Wales face Australia on Saturday and Louis Rees-Zammit starts on the wing as he faces Australia. Wales have had a mixed campaign with two losses to the All Blacks and South Africa before a 38-23 victory over Fiji.
Santiago Carreras will line up at fly-half for Argentina as the Pumas play Ireland in Dublin.
Giorgi Kveseladze is set to be involved as Georgia play Fiji. The Georgians will be looking to bounce back from their 41-15 loss to France.
Russia play Chile with Gloucester Rugby’s Kirill Gotovtsev in contention for selection. Russia suffered a disappointing loss to Spain last time out and will be hoping to get back to winning ways.
Wian Conradie will start at blindside flanker for Namibia as they take on Zimbabwe.
Zoe Aldcroft will start in the second row and captain as England Women play the USA at Worcester Warriors’ Sixways Stadium on Sunday. Connie Powell is set to make her debut and will line up on the bench with her Gloucester-Hartpury teammate Aldcroft leading the team for the first time.
Gloucester-Hartpury have seven players picked for Wales as they play Canada. Cerys Hale, Bethan Lewis, Kerin Lake, Hannah Jones, Cara Hope and Robyn Wilkins have all been selected to play.
Gloucester-Hartpury's Kristine Sommer will start at No.8 for the USA when they face England on Sunday. Going up against club teammate Zoe Aldcroft it's set to be a tasty encounter. Amy Talei Bonte also starts at centre with Maya Learned on the bench.