|place: Perth Stadium, Australia Date: Saturday 2 July Starting: 10:55 GMT|
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Lock Cadeyrn Neville will make his Australian debut at the age of 33 when the Wallabies begin their three Test series against England on Saturday.
Neville starts in the group alongside rookie prostitute David Borecki as coach Dave Rainey focuses on the stationary group in Perth.
Rainey said Neville is “a wonderful story for men who may have thought a dream had gone by.”
“From a perseverance standpoint, it’s a great story,” he added.
At 33 years and 235 days old, Neville is the third-oldest Australian debutant since World War II and his fellow Brumbies partner Darcy Swain in the second row.
Neville previously played rugby league and represented his country in rowing at the Youth Olympics.
“He’s a former rower and that’s why he has such a huge engine,” Rene explained. “He’s a big guy and a good athlete.”
The seasoned duo of Quad Cooper and Nick White start out with half fly and half scrum respectively, with James O’Connor lacking “acuteness” after injury, according to Rainey.
Samu Kerevi is in the center, winger Michael Hooper takes over the side captain while Noah Lolesio provides cover at 10 off the bench.
England have beaten Australia in all of their previous eight matches, winning their last streak in the country 3-0 in 2016.
Eddie Jones will name his team at 08:15 BST, with Charlie Ewells lock sent home after suffering a knee injury. Sam Jeffries, a non-disabled back row in Bristol, will join the team as a substitute.
Australia team to face England: banks; Kilway, Iketao, Kerifi, Koropet; Cooper, White Bell, Boriki, Alaalatawa, Swain, Neville, Liotta, Hopper (captain), Valetini.
Alternatives: Fainga’a, Seo, Slipper, Philip, Samo, Gordon, Lolisio, Pitaya.