Gloucester Rugby’s internationals are ready for the opening round of the Six Nations with Chris Harris, Louis Rees-Zammit and Stephen Varney all starting for their countries.
Louis Rees-Zammit starts on the wing as Wales kick start the competition away against Ireland. The winger is in fine form having scored a great individual try against Newcastle and will be hoping to continue his recent performacnes at an international level.
Chris Harris lines up at outside centre as Scotland face England on Saturday at Murrayfield. Mark Atkinson has been training with the England squad but was left out of the matchday 23.
Harris has made the 13 shirt his own and will be looking to start the competition off with a bang.
Stephen Varney starts at scrumhalf for Italy as they travel to France on Sunday. The Cherry and White player will be hoping to make a big impact and help Italy in the competition in which they traditionally struggle.
Also away on international duty is Kirill Gotovtsev who is with Russia for the Rugby Europe Championship.
Kirill is captaining Russia at tighthead prop as they play Romania on Saturday.