France have named their 22-man squad for the first Test against New Zealand, which will be played in Lyon on November 11.
Damien Traille is set to start at fly-half in the absence of the injured Frederic Michalak.
The Biarritz centre reverted to number 10 for Les Bleus in their 36-26 victory over South Africa in June.
Elvis Vermeulen, the Clermont Auvergne number eight, is back in the squad after an absence of more than three years, but fellow back-row forwards Serge Betsen and Olivier Magne are not included.
France will play the All Blacks again on November 18, in Paris, before taking on Argentina a week later.
Forwards: Pieter De Villiers, Sylvain Marconnet (both Stade Francais), Olivier Milloud (Bourgoin), Raphael Ibanez (Wasps), Dimitri Szarzewski (Stade Francais), Pascal Pape (Castres), Fabien Pelous (Toulouse, capt), Jerome Thion (Biarritz), Julien Bonnaire (Bourgoin), Thierry Dussautoir (Toulouse), Remy Martin (Stade Francais), Elvis Vermeulen (Clermont Auvergne)
Backs: Jean-Baptiste Elissalde (Toulouse), Dimitri Yachvili, Damien Traille (both Biarritz), Florian Fritz, Yannick Jauzion (both Toulouse), David Marty (Perpignan), Christophe Dominici (Stade Francais), Cedric Heymans (Toulouse), Aurelien Rougerie (Clermont Auvergne), Julien Laharrague (Perpignan).