Former Ireland skipper Rory Best will feature one final time in professional rugby after he was included in Barbarians squad to take on Fiji at Twickenham Stadium on 16th November.
Best played 124 Tests for Ireland since his illustrious career began in 2005 and recently announced retirement from professional rugby following the end of his side's World Cup campaign where they reached quarter-final. He has also played 218 games for his provincial side Ulster.
The 37-year-old will be joined by France's Mathieu Bastareaud, South African duo Tendai Mtawarira and Herschel Jantijies and Argentinian prop Ramiro Herrera.
Eddie Jones has already been announced as the head coach of Barbarians for the clash.
The invitational side will also face Brazil in Sao Paulo on 20th November and Wales at Principality Stadium on 30th November.