Veteran lock Sitiveni Mafi is the only change in Tonga's starting fifteen to take on Wales in the second match of their Northern Hemisphere rugby tour.
The Castres Olympique second-rower will earn his 28th test cap for the Kingdom in place of Sam Ulufonua, who made his international debut in last weekend's 49-38 win over the French Barbarians.
The 28-year-old Mafi is one of eight players who started the 'Ikale Tahi's last test, a 27-19 victory over Fiji in June, and was also one of eight who played in the 24-6 defeat by Wales in Auckland last year.
Ospreys prop Ma'afu Fia will make his test debut for Tonga in Cardiff against a home team that has made 14 changes from the side that claimed a 9-6 victory over Australia last weekend.
Meanwhile, fullback Vunga Lilo will win his first cap since the 2015 World Cup, after being called into the squad as an injury replacement.
Latu Talakai, Paea Fa'anunu, Onehunga Havili, Mike Faleafa, Kali Hala and Atieli Pakalani come onto a new-look bench, with 'Otutolu Fahamokioa, Ben Tameifuna, Valentino Mapapalangi, Zane Kapeli, Latiume Fosita and Latu Vaeno dropping out of the matchday 23.
Fosita was injured in the French Barbarians game in Bordeaux and has been replaced in the squad by Hala.
1. Siegfried Fisi'ihoi, 2. Paula Ngauamo, 3. Ma'afu Fia*, 4. Leva Fifita, 5. Sitiveni Mafi, 6. Dan Faleafa, 7. Fotu Lokotui, 8. Sione Vailanu, 9. Sonatane Takulua, 10. Kurt Morath, 11. Daniel Kilioni, 12. Siale Piutau (c), 13. Alaska Taufa, 14. Viliami Lolohea, 15. Vunga Lilo.
Reserves: 16. Sefo Sakalia, 17. Latu Talakai, 18. Paea Fa'anunu, 19. Onehunga Havili , 20. Mike Faleafa, 21. Leon Fukofuka, 22. Kali Hala, 23.'Atieli Pakalani
1. Wyn Jones, 2. Elliot Dee, 3. Leon Brown, 4. Jake Ball, 5. Adam Beard, 6. Aaron Wainwright, 7. Ellis Jenkins (c), 8. Seb Davies, 9. Tomos Williams, 10. Dan Biggar, 11. Steff Evans, 12. Owen Watkin, 13. Tyler Morgan, 14. Liam Williams, 15. Jonah Holmes.
Reserves: 16. Ryan Elias, 17. Rob Evans, 18. Tomas Francis, 19. Cory Hill, 20. Ross Moriarty, 21. Aled Davies, 22. Rhys Patchell, 23. Josh Adams