Wales wing George North will make his comeback from concussion against Ireland in Dublin on Saturday.
North, who has not played since March, returns for Wales’ second World Cup warm-up game against the Irish.
Captain Sam Warburton has a slight knock and is not included, so Alun Wyn Jones leads the side with Justin Tipuric at open-side flanker.
Alex Cuthbert is on the right wing, while Exeter tight-head prop Tomas Francis will win his first cap.
Wales coach Warren Gatland said: “He just got a little knock on the shoulder, which is kind of like a pinched nerve.
“It’s nothing serious. We could have played him this weekend but we’re just giving him a couple more days’ rest.
“We’re just making sure he’s 100% right.”
Francis, 23, will feature alongside Gethin Jenkins and Ken Owens in the front row, with Bradley Davies partnering captain Jones in the second row.
“We’re really impressed with Tom’s development since he was with us in the Six Nations, the way he’s trained and his conditioning,” Gatland said.
“The amount of weight he’s lost – about seven or eight kilograms – he’s in good shape. He’s still a very young, pretty inexperienced prop at this level.
“He’s done incredibly well and he’s still developing as a player.
Source: bbc sport