The different teams are preparing for what will be a new international window in July and the one that confirmed the 42 players who will travel to the southern hemisphere is France where they will face the Wallabies three times.
Fabien Galthié had several drawbacks when putting together the list because the multiple injuries suffered by some players, in addition to could not summon that they are disputing the Top 14, since they cannot meet the isolation conditions that Australia has. Consequently, names like Antoine Dupont, Baptiste Serin, Romain Ntamack and Grégory Alldritt They are not on campus.
With 27 games on his personal account, Racing 92 winger Teddy Thomas will be the most experienced Les Blues player, who can be supported by Romain Taofifenua and Damian Penaud with seven less caps.
For this reason, the French technical staff decided to call up some M20 world champions. The games against the Wallabies will be on July 7, 13 and 17 in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, respectively.
France squad to face Australia:
Pierre-Henri Azagoh, Demba Bamba, Pierre-Louis Barassi, Gaetan Barlot, Alexandre Bécognée, Anthony Bouthier, Romain Buros, Louis Carbonel, Cyril Cazeaux, Gervais Cordin, Baptiste Coulloud, Dylan Cretin, Jonathan Danty, Ibrahim Diallo, Anthony Etrillard, Sipili Falatea, Alexandre Fischer, Enzo Forletta, Etienne Fourcade, Killian Geraci, Jean-Baptiste Gros, Antoine Hastoy, Julien Heriteau, Wilfrid Hounkpatin, Teddy Iribaren, Melvyn Jaminet, Anthony Jelonch, Clovis Le Bail, Sekou Macalou, Damian Penaud, Baptiste Pesenti, Alivereti Raka, Joris Segonds, Patrick Sobela, Romain Taofifenua, Thomas Teddy, Florent Vanverberghe, Tani Vili, Gabin Villiére, Arthur Vincen, Quentin Walcker and Cameron Woki.