Bath Rugby players Wilson, James and Agulla gear up for autumn Test series
Three Bath Rugby players will be pulling on international shirts this weekend as the autumn Test series kicks off.
Paul James and Horacio Agulla go head to head and Davey Wilson tackles Fiji but all are set to start the international series on the bench.
Bath Rugby prop Wilson has been named in the 23-man squad for England's match against Fiji on Saturday.
Former Bristol prop Mako Vunipola looks set to get the nod with Wilson having to be content with a place among the replacements.
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Former Millfield pupil Vunipola has been pushing for international recognition after an impressive start to the Aviva Premiership season with Saracens.
Ten England players were released back to their clubs last night with England head coach Stuart Lancaster set to name his starting line-up later today from the 13 forwards and 10 back he has retained.
Fellow Bath Rugby front row forward James has been named on the bench for Wales' autumn opener with Argentina.
James is one of five members of the Wales squad playing in French or English club rugby.
He played in Bath Rugby's last-gasp defeat to London Welsh on Sunday and was not involved in last week's training camp in Poland, which was viewed as critical to the Welsh autumn preparations by interim head coach Rob Howley.
The club versus country dilemma seems to be behind Howley's decision to leave British and Irish Lions Test scrum-half Mike Phillips on the bench.
Former Bath Rugby tighthead Aaron Jarvis will make his international debut in the Welsh front row.
"There are obvious opportunities for the likes of Aaron to pull on the jersey against Argentina and try to make it their own," said Howley.
Bath Rugby winger Agulla has also lost his place in the Argentina team to Juan Imhoff.
The Pumas have named the veteran, and former Bristol player, Felipe Contepomi in their stating XV.