Coventry No 8 Dan Farani is in the Samoa side that will face Scotland at Murrayfield on Sunday.
Farani, who has also played for Stourbridge, joins brothers Alesana and Anitele?a Tuilagi, of Leicester Tigers, for the first match of their northern hemisphere tour that also includes games against England and Argentina.
The 28-year-old, who wins his fourth cap for his country, has had his first- team chances at Butts Park Arena restricted by injury and the form of captain Hendry Rheeders.
Borders? Semo Sititi again captains the side and Cardiff?s Roger Warren will start at full-back while former Borders player Tanner Vili plays at fly-half. Edinburgh Reivers lock Opeta Palepoi is out injured.
Scotland No 8 Simon Taylor, meanwhile, has apologised for his being sin-binned during last weekend?s dramatic 23- 19 defeat to Argentina.
The Edinburgh Gunners back row was shown the yellow card by referee Kelvin Deaker for ?repeated infringe-ments? before the 14-man Scots conceded a controversial late penalty try.
Coach Frank Hadden refused to castigate the British Lion and instead vented his anger at the official.
The 29-year-old Taylor said: ?It?s never good to get yellow-carded. That was probably the worst time in the match and I regret my actions. Nobody needs to tell me what I did.?