Scotland will face virtually a full-strength Queensland side in their opening tour match in Brisbane on Saturday.
Queensland coach Jeff Miller has included all five of his current Wallabies to face what Matt Williams described as a "development" Scotland side.
Elton Flatley will captain a Queensland line-up which includes Wendell Sailor on the wing and Chris Latham, who was last night named Australia's Super 12 player of the year.
Australia's rookie of the year Drew Mitchell will start at outside centre with his Australian under-21 team-mate Josh Valentine at scrum half.
Wallabies John Roe and Nathan Sharpe both start.
The only players unavailable to Miller were inside centre Steve Kefu and winger Peter Hynes who are both injured.
Queensland side to face Scotland: Chris Latham; Wendell Sailor, Drew Mitchell, Junior Pelesasa, Scott Barton; Elton Flatley (captain), Josh Valentine; Nick Stiles, Sean Hardman, Anthony Mathison, Van Humphries, Nathan Sharpe, John Roe, David Croft, Luke Doherty
Replacements: Tai McIssac, Angus Scott, Daniel Leo, Adam Wallace-Harrison, Nic Berry, Chris Lyons, Lloyd Johansson.
After Ireland's heroic big-game hunt of the Springboks and Scotland's six-try runaround of the Pumas, the challenge of engineering the most spectacular win of the autumn series now falls on Wales, writes Peter Jackson.