Wales head coach Warren Gatland has made six changes to his starting line-up for next Saturday’s Rugby World Cup clash against Georgia in Nantes.
Hooker Dewi Lake will captain the team, with his co-skipper Jac Morgan rested from the matchday 23.
There are also starts for wing Rio Dyer, fly-half Gareth Anscombe, scrum-half Tomos Williams, lock Dafydd Jenkins and flanker Tommy Reffell.
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Anscombe, who scored 23 points in Wales’ record 40-6 win against Australia eight days ago, starts instead of Dan Biggar.
Biggar went off early during the Wallabies clash after suffering a pectoral muscle strain.
And Anscombe is now handed the number 10 shirt, being partnered at half-back by Williams, who replaces Gareth Davies.
Dyer earns a start instead of Josh Adams, with Lake in for Ryan Elias, Jenkins taking over from Adam Beard and Reffell replacing Morgan.