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06 May 21 13:55
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Backs: Josh Adams (Wales), Bundee Aki (Ireland), Dan Biggar (Wales), Elliot Daly (England), Gareth Davies (Wales), Owen Farrell (England), Chris Harris (Scotland), Robbie Henshaw (Ireland), Stuart Hogg (Scotland), Conor Murray (Ireland), Ali Price (Scotland), Louis Rees-Zammit (Wales), Finn Russell (Scotland), Duhan Van Der Merwe (Scotland), Anthony Watson (England), Liam Williams (Wales).

Forwards: Tadhg Beirne (Ireland), Jack Conan (Ireland), Luke Cowan-Dickie (England), Tom Curry (England), Zander Fagerson (Scotland), Taulupe Faletau (Wales), Tadhg Furlong (Ireland), Jamie George (England), Iain Henderson (Ireland), Jonny Hill (England), Maro Itoje (England), Wyn Jones (Wales), Courtney Lawes (England), Ken Owens (Wales), Andrew Porter (Ireland), Sam Simmonds (England), Rory Sutherland (Scotland), Justin Tipuric (Wales), Mako Vunipola (England), Hamish Watson (Scotland), Alun Wyn Jones (Wales, capt).

Johnny Sexton, Billy Vunipola, Henry Slade & Kyle Sinckler left out of 37-player squad

England 11 players, Wales 10, Scotland & Ireland both eight

Wales' Alun Wyn Jones, 35, confirmed as Lions captain

Tests against South Africa on 24 & 31 July and 7 August
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Report feedthepony May 6, 2021 3:13 PM BST
Lions is a relic of the amateur era which has long since had it's day.  Not been needed since the World Cup was formed.

Just an excuse for a free jolly for the top brass in the 4 unions.

Should have used Corona to kill it for good
Report San Quentin May 6, 2021 5:42 PM BST
Totally disagree pony.A great honour for the best players ,who without doubt are eager to make the squad.Long may it continue.
Report Angoose May 12, 2021 6:14 PM BST
he British and Irish Lions' warm-up Test against Japan will be shown on Channel 4 as live coverage of the team returns to terrestrial television for the first time since 1993.

As well as the match at Murrayfield on 26 June, Channel 4 will also show highlights of all three Tests against world champions South Africa.

Lions managing director Ben Calveley said he was delighted at the news.

The Japan fixture will be the Lions' first home game since 2005.

Head coach Warren Gatland has named a 37-man squad - captained by Wales' Alun Wyn Jones - for the tour of South Africa.

The Lions were set to play eight games across six locations, but this schedule is likely to be changed to reduce the amount of travelling required because of disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

The final schedule is expected to be confirmed this week.

Iron, like a lion, in Zion Excited
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