France have named their 19-man squad who will travel to The Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium to take on Wales this Saturday.
The initial French training squad came into camp on Monday and have spent three days preparing for the clash.
In total, seven Super League players have been selected; six from the competitions only French outfit Catalan, and Olivier Elima from the Bradford Bulls.
The remaining players come from the French Elite League with seven clubs contributing twelve players.
Former Crusaders player Aurélien Cologni, who has worked with Thierry Dumaine since the departure of Bobby Goulding said. “We want to give the young players a chance; a chance to measure the work that lies ahead to become an international player.
"The high level games are a unique experience and we believe that many of our French League players, given their season this year, deserve their selections.
“It would have been more comfortable to take more players from Catalans Dragons to win more easily. But that isn’t our goal for this game.
"We know the qualities of our young French players. Of course a team is built around a strong frame, but we wanted to ensure that French Elite players were playing alongside those from Super League in this game. This mixture will be beneficial to us, I believe.
“I'm not afraid of the result, I am convinced that the players selected will give 100%. We will be aiming to win even if though I will admit that we are less safe than usual.
France 19 Man Squad to face Wales:
Jean-Philippe Baile (Catalan Dragons), William Barthau (Saint-Estève XIII Catalan), Romaric Bemba (Carcassonne), Andrew Bentley (Lézignan), Kane Bentley (Lézignan), Thomas Bosc (Catalan Dragons), Olivier Elima (Bradford Bulls), Mathieu Griffi (Lézignan), Jérémy Guiraud (Carcassonne), Kevin Larroyer (Toulouse), Antoni Maria (Saint-Estève XIII Catalan), Grégory Mounis (Catalan Dragons), Mathias Pala (Saint-Estève XIII Catalan), Eloi Pelissier (Catalan Dragons), Stanislas Robin (Villeneuve Sur Lot), Clément Soubeyras (Pia), Mickaël Simon (Catalan Dragons), Cyril Stacul (Catalan Dragons), Yoan Tisseyre (Lézignan)