National Rugby League stars David Mead and Nene McDonald have been named in a 25-man Papua New Guinea squad to take on the Australian Prime Minister's 13 in Port Moresby.
The Gold Coast duo, who are switching clubs in 2017 to the Brisbane Broncos and St George Illawarra Dragons respectively, are available after the Titans were knocked out in the opening round of the NRL playoffs.
Seven PNG Hunters players: Bland Abavu, Ase Boas, Butler Morris, Justin Olam, Brandy Peter, Wartovo Puara Jnr and Esau Siune have also been included, following their elimination from the Queensland Cup.
Rhyse Martin, Willie Minoga and Ray Thompson are also in the extended PNG Prime Ministers 13 squad after the Townsville Blackhawks were beaten by the Sunshine Coast Falcons on Sunday.
The remaining 12 players were selected from the Digicel Cup and other local PNG competitions.
PNG Kumuls and Hunters coach Michael Marum will take charge of the team at the National Football Stadium, with coach of the Digicel Cup champion Lae Snax Tigers, Stanley Tepend, assisting him.
The PNG Under 16 vs Australia Under 16 and the PMRFL women's grand final will serve as curtain-raisers to the main event.
The squad go into camp in Port Moresby this weekend.
Bland Abavu SP Hunters
Ila Alu Rabaul Agmark Gurias
Pasu Awane Lae Snax Tigers
Yoks Bagave Southern Confederation Seniors
Anderson Benford Lae Snax Tigers
Konnie Bernard Rabaul Agmark Gurias
Ase Boas SP Hunters
Bradley Beawa TNA Simbu Lions
Bernard Goma Gulf Isapea
Noel Joel Lae Snax Tigers
Mafu Kalas Lae Snax Tigers
Muka Peter Kulu Southern Confederation U20
David Loko Lae Snax Tigers
Rhyse Martin Townsville Blackhawks
Nene McDonald Gold Coast Titans
David Mead Gold Coast Titans
Willie Minoga Townsville Blackhawks
Butler Morris SP Hunters
Justin Olam SP Hunters
Kingston Paul Enga Mioks
Brandy Peter SP Hunters
Wartovo Puara Jnr SP Hunters
Junior Rop Lae Snax Tigers
Esau Siune SP Hunters
Ray Thompson Townsville Blackhawks