The British & Irish Lions team to play the Blues on Wednesday has been announced with Wales hooker Ken Owens captaining the side.
Coach Warren Gatland has made 15 changes to the side, which struggled its way to a win over the Provinsial Barbarians on Saturdaynight.
Eleven players including Owens will make their British and Irish Lions debut at Eden Park.
Gatland said he is excited to see what the new team will be able to do against The Blues.
"We have stated from the off that we want to give every player a start in the first three games and Wednesday is an opportunity for this set of players to show what they can do in a Lions jersey.
"It was good to get the win under our belts last weekend. The boys in the stand were itching to get their chance and they are really excited about Wednesday," Gatland said.
He said Ken Owens has worked really hard on his recovery in order to assume a leadership role within the camp.
"We are expecting a big crowd at Eden Park. It will be the first of three matches there for us and we know the atmosphere will be outstanding. We are hoping for some good weather and are expecting a tough, fast and open game of rugby.
"We have a few work ons from last weekend and we know we need to be more clinical. We created some good opportunities against the Barbarians but didn't see them through and that is something we want to improve on," Gatland said.
BRITISH & IRISH LIONS
15. Leigh Halfpenny - Toulon, Wales, #775
14. Jack Nowell - Exeter Chiefs, England
13. Jared Payne - Ulster, Ireland
12. Robbie Henshaw - Leinster, Ireland
11. Elliot Daly - Wasps, England
10. Dan Biggar - Ospreys, Wales
9. Rhys Webb - Ospreys, Wales, #820
1. Jack McGrath - Leinster, Ireland
2. Ken Owens (Capt) - Scarlets, Wales
3. Dan Cole Leicester Tigers, England, #794
4. Maro Itoje - Saracens, England
5. Courtney Lawes - Northampton Saints, England
6. James Haskell - Wasps, England
7. Justin Tipuric - Ospreys, Wales,#786
8. CJ Stander - Munster, Ireland
16. Rory Best - Ulster, Ireland, #793
17. Joe Marler - Harlequins, England, #811
18. Kyle Sinckler - Harlequins, England, #814
19. Iain Henderson - Ulster, Ireland, #808
20. Peter O'Mahony - Munster, Ireland
21. Greig Laidlaw - Gloucester, Scotland, #810
22. Johnny Sexton - Leinster, Ireland, #791
23. Liam Williams - Scarlets, Wales