Lions coach Warren Gatland has picked three players from his homeland – with Kiwi-born players outnumbering those born in Scotland in this year’s touring squad.
The only Scotland-born player in the squad is Stuart Hogg as his fellow countryman Tommy Seymour was born in the USA.
Meanwhile, New Zealand-born Mako Vunipola, Ben Te’o and Jared Payne will come up against the country of their birth.
Gatland’s squad is relatively balanced by recent standards. In 2005, Sir Clive Woodward toured New Zealand with a 21 England players in a whopping 44-man squad. And in 1993, when England lost to New Zealand, the English contingent outweighed the Celtic nations combined.