Eight All Blacks in Barbarians squad
barbarianfc.co.uk and James Mortimer 20 Nov 2013 Getty Images
Completing the line-up are five Pumas, Samoan centre Gavin Williams and, set to make his fourth appearance for the Barbarians, the legendary Springbok flanker Schalk Burger.
The match celebrates the centenary season of the Fiji Rugby Union and is a rematch of the famous game in 1970 when the Fijians defeated the Baa-Baas by 29-9.
Fiji Rugby Union chief executive officer Manasa Baravilala said: "The year 2013 marks the centenary of the game in our country and we are honoured to be invited to celebrate this landmark with another game against the famous Barbarians.
"Our great victory 40-odd years ago was a major stepping stone in enhancing Fiji's profile. Now we can again showcase the best of Fijian rugby and there can be no better stage than a fixture against the Barbarians at Twickenham."
Barbarians' chairman John Spencer was a member of the club's XV in 1970 and he admits that the occasion still brings back mixed memories.
He said: "I suppose you could say that we were favourites to win the match but in the event we were overwhelmed by Fiji's relentless attacking.
"If I remember rightly, we were level at half-time but Fiji finished with seven tries! All we could do at the end was congratulate them on a phenomenal performance."
Ticket sales for the match have comfortably exceeded 60,000 and with some still available via Ticketmaster.
Backs - Willie le Roux (South Africa), Santiago Cordero (Argentina), Charles Piutau (New Zealand), Frank Halai (New Zealand), Jean de Villiers (South Africa), Gavin Williams (Samoa), Patrick Lambie (South Africa), Tom Taylor (New Zealand), T J Perenara (Hurricanes), Martin Landajo (Argentina)
Forwards - Keven Mealamu (New Zealand), Bismarck du Plessis (South Africa), Tendai Mtawarira (South Africa), Guillermo Roan (Argentina), Coenie Oosthuizen (South Africa), Matias Diaz (Argentina), Eben Etzebeth (South Africa), Dominic Bird (New Zealand), Manuel Carizza (Argentina), Steven Luatua (New Zealand), Luke Whitelock (New Zealand), Schalk Burger (South Africa), Duane Vermeulen (South Africa)
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