The Saracens halfback Mosese Rauluni has been confirmed as captain of the Pacific Islands for their forthcoming Tests against England, France and Italy.
Rauluni, who led Fiji to the quarter-finals of the 2007 Rugby World Cup, will be supported by the dynamic Tongan loose-forward Nili Latu as vice-captain.
The Pacific Islands come together every two years and are embarking on a third tour since 2004 - but they are still chasing a first Test victory.
There have been a number of changes from the original squad announced in September: Samoan prop Kas Lealamanua has been brought in for Soane Tonga'uiha; Ifereimi Rawaqa has been replaced by Paino Hehea; Epi Taione replaces Isireli Naqelevuki and Filipo Levi was brought in last month for Daniel Leo.
Fiji beat Wales to reach the knock-out stages of the World Cup last year and gave South Africa a scare in their quarter-finals, while both Tonga and Samoa proved bruising opponents in England's pool.