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Australia head coach Eddie Jones is considering starting Ben Donaldson at fly-half in the World Cup Pool C match against Wales in Lyon on Sunday.
Donaldson started both World Cup games at full-back but is in line for the 10 jersey after Carter Gordon was taken off in the 22-15 defeat by Fiji.
Jones decided against selecting experienced duo Quade Cooper and Bernard Foley in his World Cup squad.
Andrew Kellaway is in line to play full-back.
Australia and Wales will both will confirm their sides on Friday morning.
When quizzed about the potential changes on Thursday, Australia line-out coach Dan Palmer said: “The team will be announced tomorrow.
“We have got two good 10s who we are confident in and are pushing each other hard. Ben brings a bit of composure to that position but we have two good 10s and we will pick the guy who is right for this weekend.”
Donaldson was preferred to Kellaway for the first two matches in the Wallabies number 15 jersey.
“He [Kellaway] brings experience and direction from the back of the field,” said Palmer.
“He has been around this squad before, he knows the game well and is a leader on and off the field.”
Wales know a victory will guarantee a quarter-final place while a defeat for Australia will put them on the brink of World Cup pool stage elimination for the first time.
Donaldson started at fly-half for the first time in Cardiff in November 2022 in a game which the Wallabies won 39-34 after trailing 34-13.
The NSW Waratahs playmaker was brought off in the second half and replaced by Noah Lolesio as Australia scored 26 unanswered points for victory.