Wales have named their team to face the Brumbies on Tuesday next week with lock Luke Charteris as the only who survives from the first Test defeat to Australia.
Head coach Rob Howley has recast his starting lineup after Saturday’s 27-19 loss to the Wallabies in Brisbane and also called in Melbourne Rebels backrower Gareth Delve from outside of his original 34-man squad.
Delve, who won the last of his 11 international caps in March 2010, got the call to replace Toby Faletau, who is out for the rest of the Australian tour with a broken hand.
Faletau is set to fly home where his injury to be reviewed in the next few days.
Ospreys lock Ian Evans joined the Welsh squad on Sunday and was named among the replacements for Tuesday’s tour game after arriving late from his wedding in Greece.
Charteris will be partnered in the second row by 64-times capped Osprey Alun Wyn Jones, who takes over the captaincy from the rested Sam Warburton.
Scarlets prop Rhodri Jones, who made his Wales debut a fortnight ago in the victory over the Barbarians, joins Bath-bound Ospreys prop Paul James and hooker Richard Hibbard in the front row.
Two more players who made their debuts against the Barbarians, Blues wing Harry Robinson and Scarlets fullback Liam Williams, were chosen while Ospreys centre Ashley Beck gets a start after coming on for Scott Williams against the Wallabies on Saturday.
“We are a game down, but we still have all to play for in this series and Tuesday night is the perfect opportunity for this squad of players to move on,” Wales caretaker coach Rob Howley said.
“We have one or two bumps and bruises and we are expecting players to back up after playing a tough Test match and go out there 72 hours later and play for their country.
“But that is exactly what touring is all about. It will be a test of character for the likes of Luke Charteris, James Hook and Alun Wyn Jones who all made significant contributions on Saturday.”
Wales team: 15. Liam Williams, 14. Harry Robinson, 13. Andrew Bishop, 12. Ashley Beck, 11. Aled Brew, 10. James Hook, 9. Rhys Webb, 8. Paul James, 7. Richard Hibbard, 6. Rhodri Jones, 5. Alun Wyn Jones (capt), 4. Luke Charteris, 3. Josh Turnbull, 2 Justin Tipuric, 1. Aaron Shingler.
Replacements: 16. Ken Owens, 17. Rhys Gill, 18. Ian Evans, 19. Gareth Delve, 20. Lloyd Williams, 21. Rhys Priestland, 22. Alex Cuthbert.