Four Wales players have been handed the chance to stake their claim for a place in Warren Gatland's test XV for Wednesday's warm-up clash with Western Force in Perth. There is still no place for injured captain Sam Warburton who is continuing his recovery from a knee problem.
George North and Leigh Halfpenny have been given their first starts of the tour while Alun Wyn Jones and Ian Evans make up and all-Welsh second row alongside England's Tom Croft and Irish pair Sean O'Brien and Jami Heaslip.
Coach Warren Gatland has opted for a completely fresh starting line-up after Saturday's 8-59 win in searing temperatures in the opening game of the three-test tour.
Toby Faletau is the only other Welsh addition, starting on the bench.
British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland has named his team to face the Barbarians in Hong Kong on Saturday. A total of 11 Welshmen are in the 23 man squad, but Ireland's Paul O'Connell has taken on the captaincy after Sam Warburton was sidelined by a knee injury.
The starting line up includes Alex Cuthbert, Jonathan Davies, Jamie Roberts, Mike Phillips, Richard Hibbard, Adam Jones, Dan Lydiate, Justin Tipuric and Toby Faletau. George North and Alun Wyn Jones are on the bench.
Wales flanker Sam Warburton, the Lions' fifth-youngest skipper, could miss out on Saturday's opener against the Barbarians due to a puffy knee.
Lions head coach Warren Gatland will tomorrow announce a starting line-up dominated by Wales players prior to nine games in Australia.
The match-day 23 on Saturday is set to comprise those players involved at training camps in Wales and Ireland during the past fortnight.
More than a dozen more who featured in last Saturday's play-off finals will gain their opportunities against Western Force and Queensland Reds next week.
British and Irish Lions have arrived in Honk Kong ahead of their warm up game against the Barbarians at the weekend. They've been providing a taste of what it's like to be tourists, as Dean Thomas reports.
The British and Irish Lions squad have landed in Hong Kong, according to their official twitter page.
The team take on the Barbarians on Saturday in the first leg of their summer tour.
The Lions are setting off for their tour of Hong Kong and Australia. Warren Gatland named 15 Welsh players in his 37-man squad including captain Sam Warburton. The tour kicks off on Saturday when the Lions take on the Barbarians at the Hong Kong Stadium.