David Pocock will become the 79th Australian Rugby Union Captain on Tuesday night. Image: couriermail.com.au / Robert Griffith
A number of new faces have been named for the Wallabies when they take on Scotland on Tuesday night at Hunter Stadium in Newcastle. Robbie Deans has named in form Reds fullback Luke Morahan to make his debut alongside team mate Mike Harris, Waratahs flanker Dave Dennis, Brumbies prop Dan Palmer and rugby league convert Joe Tomane.
Quade Cooper was overlooked for selection with Berrick Barnes named at fly half. Robbie Deans has opted to select players with more game time under their belt with another test to follow just four days after the Scotland game. A familiar face returning to the side is veteran lock Nathan Sharpe who will become the joint third highest capped Wallaby with Stephen Larkham on 102 games.
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