Australia coach Eddie Jones has named two new caps and three full-backs in the Wallabies side to face Scotland in Sunday's first Hopetoun Cup Test.
Clyde Rathbone, the former South Africa Under-21 captain, will make his Wallabies debut in the centres alongside Matt Giteau.
And Radike Samo, who rejected the chance to play for Fiji to follow his dream of becoming a Wallaby, will start at blindside flanker, providing Australia with a third genuine lineout jumper to challenge Scotland's superior set-piece.
But as well as the new Wallabies, Jones unveiled a radical new attacking approach which will see Joe Roff, Lote Tuqiri and Wendell Sailor interchange at full-back, providing a fluid back-three aimed at placing increased pressure on Scotland's defensive kicking.
"We don't expect one of them to stay in the same position all game. They are three full-backs and they are going to roam around the field," he said.
"We have named them that way to give people an understanding of the way we want them to play.
"At various stages, Lote, Wendell, Roffy and Chris Latham when he comes on will all interchange from centre, left or right.
"We have seen in international rugby over the last 18 months how important kick return is. It means these guys will have to work together as a team."
Australia team to play Scotland: J Roff; W Sailor, C Rathbone, M Giteau, L Tuqiri; S Larkham, G Gregan (captain); B Young, B Cannon, A Baxter, J Harrison, N Sharpe, R Samo, G Smith, D Lyons.
Replacements: J Paul, M Dunning, D Vickerman, P Waugh, M Turinui, M Burke, C Latham.