The full 37-man British and Irish Lions squad is: L Halfpenny, S Hogg, R Kearney, G North, A Cuthbert, T Bowe, S Maitland, B O'Driscoll, M Tuilagi, J Roberts, J Davies, J Sexton, O Farrell,
C Murray, M Phillips, B Youngs, G Jenkins, C Healy, M Vunipola, A Jones, D Cole, M Stevens, D Hartley, R Hibbard, T Youngs, I Evans, R Gray, AW Jones, P O'Connell, G Parling, T Croft, T Faletau, J Heaslip, D Lydiate, S O'Brien, J Tipuric, S Warburton (capt).
Northampton Saints star Dylan Hartley has been selected as part of the British and Irish Lions tour to Australia.
He'll join Saints new signing George North and Norfolk brothers Ben and Tom Youngs.
Northampton Saints will be without their captain Dylan Hartley for the next two weeks through suspension.
The England hooker was cited for allegedly striking Ulster player Rory Best during last Friday's Heineken Cup game at Franklin's Gardens. Hartley pleaded guilty at a disciplinary hearing in Dublin today.
The judicial officer determined that the offence was at the low-end entry point of two weeks.
Hartley will miss the return Heineken Cup Pool 4 fixture in Belfast on Saturday, but will be available to play from December 24.
It has been confirmed that Northampton and England forward Dylan Hartley is to face a disciplinary hearing.
It comes after he was cited for striking Ulster forward Rory Best with his arm during a Heineken Cup Pool 4 match on Friday 7 December. The European Rugby Cup said that details of the hearing date will be announced shortly.
Dylan Hartley criticised Northampton's performance as "not good enough" after the Saints' Heineken Cup ambitions were all but extinguished by rampant Ulster.
Ulster secured a 25-6 bonus victory at Franklin's Gardens to inflict back-to-back European defeats on the Saints.
– Dylan Hartley, Captain, Northampton Saints
That was not good enough from us. We speak about intensity, they brought bags of it and we didn't bring enough. They are unbeaten and they showed why. They are a good team but we made them look better than it could have been.
"We had internationals returning, injured players returning and our strongest team on the field but you can't just turn up and expect it to happen and I think that happened tonight. We got showed up by a good team.
"They did exactly what we would like to do to another team. They forced us into errors. It is not good enough."
Northampton Saints and England hooker Dylan Hartley has been banned for eight weeks for biting an opponent
The RFU found him guilty of biting Ireland's Stephen Ferris during a Six Nations game earlier in March 2012.
The ban means he will be available for England's summer tour of South Africa, but will only play for Saints again this season if they reach the Aviva Premiership final.