The Barbarians have named former Bath and England prop Duncan Bell as part of a 22-man squad to face the Combined Services on Tuesday.
Bell, now the coach at National League three South West side Lydney, won five caps for England.
The Baa-Baas had already announced that Plymouth Albion pair Rhys Oakley and Ruiari Cushion would be involved.
Tuesday's Remembrance game will take place at Brickfields, the home of Plymouth Albion
The Barbarians will be coached by Cornish Pirates boss Ian Davies, while the club's long-serving prop Alan Paver and centre Tom Riley will also be part of the squad.
Plymouth Albion's Gareth Evans has been selected to play for the Combined Services.
The Barbarians are an invitational side made up of players from international and club rugby.
Barbarians squad: Ruairi Cushion, Rhys Oakley, Alan Paver, Tom Riley, Barry Davies, Alex Davis, Colin Goudie, Chris Mayor, Cammy Ferguson, Dai Flanagan, Alex Davies, Laurence Ovens, Lewis Niven, Duncan Bell, Craig Hawkins, George Turner, Haydn Pugh, Chris Dicomidis, Charlie McGowan, James Freeman, Sacha Harding, Duane Eager.