A??T-Bonea?" Tkachuk Lines Up For Test Match

While most Scottish rugby eyes will be on Murrayfield tomorrow, Warriors fans will also be glancing across the Channel to France where Glasgow prop Kevin a??T-bonea?" Tkachuk takes his place in the starting line up for Canada as they take on France in Nantes.The match marks the return of French utility back Thomas Castaignede who takes over from Julien Laharrague at full-back as one of seven changes Laporte has made to the team that defeated Australia 26-16 in Marseille at the weekend. Canada will be without prop Jon Thiel, who left the team after hurting his right thigh in training on Tuesday._However, Canadian skipper, Mike James, will have an insight into the oppositionsa?" play as he plays his club rugby for Stade Francais._He said: "We realise there is a gap between the two teams but we will do our best to be competitive." .CANADA15-Derek Daypuck; 14-Michael Pyke, 13-Ryan Smith, 12-John Cannon, 11-Brodie Henderson; 10-Ed Fairhurst, 9-Morgan Williams; 8-Aaron Carpenter, 7-Stanley McKeen, 6-Mike Webb, 5-Mike James (captain), 4-Jamie Cudmore, 3-Garth Cooke, 2-Aaron Abrams, 1-Kevin TkachukReplacements: 16-Casey Dunning, 17-Mark Lawson, 18-Forrest Gainer, 19-Michael Burak, 20-Adam Kleeberger, 21-Matt Weingart, 22-Ryan McWhinney FRANCE 15-Thomas Castaignede, 14-Aurelien Rougerie, 13-David Marty, 12-Yannick Jauzion, 11-Cedric Heymans; 10-Frederic Michalak, 9-Dimitri Yachvili; 8-Thomas Lievremont, 7-Remy Martin, 6-Julien Bonnaire, 5-Jerome Thion, 4-Lionel Nallet, 3-Pieter de Villiers, 2-Sebastien Bruno, 1-Sylvain Marconnet Replacements: 16-Rapghael Ibanez, 17-Olivier Milloud, 18-Fabien Pelous or Gregory Lamboley, 19-Yannick Nyanga, 20-Pierre Mignoni, 21-Yann Delaigue, 22-Julien Laharrague._While most Scottish rugby eyes will be on Murrayfield tomorrow, Warriors fans will also be glancing across the Channel to France where Glasgow prop Kevin a??T-bonea?" Tkachuk takes his place in the starting line up for Canada as they take on France in Nantes.The match marks the return of French utility back Thomas Castaignede who takes over from Julien Laharrague at full-back as one of seven changes Laporte has made to the team that defeated Australia 26-16 in Marseille at the weekend. Canada will be without prop Jon Thiel, who left the team after hurting his right thigh in training on Tuesday._However, Canadian skipper, Mike James, will have an insight into the oppositionsa?" play as he plays his club rugby for Stade Francais._He said: "We realise there is a gap between the two teams but we will do our best to be competitive." .CANADA15-Derek Daypuck; 14-Michael Pyke, 13-Ryan Smith, 12-John Cannon, 11-Brodie Henderson; 10-Ed Fairhurst, 9-Morgan Williams; 8-Aaron Carpenter, 7-Stanley McKeen, 6-Mike Webb, 5-Mike James (captain), 4-Jamie Cudmore, 3-Garth Cooke, 2-Aaron Abrams, 1-Kevin TkachukReplacements: 16-Casey Dunning, 17-Mark Lawson, 18-Forrest Gainer, 19-Michael Burak, 20-Adam Kleeberger, 21-Matt Weingart, 22-Ryan McWhinney FRANCE 15-Thomas Castaignede, 14-Aurelien Rougerie, 13-David Marty, 12-Yannick Jauzion, 11-Cedric Heymans; 10-Frederic Michalak, 9-Dimitri Yachvili; 8-Thomas Lievremont, 7-Remy Martin, 6-Julien Bonnaire, 5-Jerome Thion, 4-Lionel Nallet, 3-Pieter de Villiers, 2-Sebastien Bruno, 1-Sylvain Marconnet Replacements: 16-Rapghael Ibanez, 17-Olivier Milloud, 18-Fabien Pelous or Gregory Lamboley, 19-Yannick Nyanga, 20-Pierre Mignoni, 21-Yann Delaigue, 22-Julien Laharrague._