The Ospreys will field 11 of Wales' Grand Slam stars in their starting line-up for Saturday's Anglo-Welsh Cup semi-final against Saracens at the Millennium Stadium.
Wales and Ospreys skipper Ryan Jones leads a powerful side that includes his international colleagues Lee Byrne, Gavin Henson, Sonny Parker, Shane Williams, James Hook, Mike Phillips, Adam Jones, Alun-Wyn Jones, Ian Evans and Jonathan Thomas.
Only Parker and Evans did not start last Saturday’s RBS 6 Nations clash against France, when Wales clinched a second title and tournament clean sweep in four seasons.
Wales hooker Huw Bennett, meanwhile, is on the bench, together with prop Duncan Jones and former All Blacks scrum-half Justin Marshall.
Lock Ian Gough, one of Wales’ most consistent players during the recent campaign, is rested, but Scotland wing Nikki Walker misses out due to an ankle injury.
Ospreys head coach Lyn Jones said: “Our international players are back with us, and understandably spirits are high at the moment.
“We’ve had to take a lot of things into consideration when naming the side for this match.
“We faced some tough decisions based not only on what the players have gone through, but also the busy schedule that lies ahead, making sure they are fit and healthy for all the big games that we have coming up.”