[𝐋𝐈𝐕𝐄𝐒𝐓𝐑𝐄𝐀𝐌!~#ERCC]* Dragons vs Pau Live Broadcast European Rugby Challenge Cup tv Coverage
Wales wing Rio Dyer returns for the Dragons' Challenge Cup game against Pau at Rodney Parade on Saturday.
Dyer, who has scored four tries in six Dragons appearances this season, is one of two changes made to the team that drew 31-31 with Lions.
Number eight Aaron Wainwright is also named in place of Ross Moriarty who drops to the replacements' bench.
Dragons Academy product Ryan Woodman could make his club debut after being named among the replacements.
Pau will be without head coach Sebastien Piqueronies who has been suspended for 10 weeks after being found guilty of using threatening words and actions towards Scottish referee Sam Grove-White.
Piqueronies was cited following the incident, which happened after the conclusion of the French club's Challenge Cup defeat against the Cheetahs last Saturday.
He was reported for allegedly physically abusing Grove-White, but found guilty of the less serious offence of using threatening words and actions by an independent disciplinary committee.
Dragons: J Williams; Dyer, Tomkinson, Dixon, Hewitt; S Davies, R Williams; R Jones, Roberts, Coleman, J Davies, Screech, Lonsdale, Keddie (capt), Wainwright.
Replacements: Coghlan, R Evans, Fairbrother, Woodman, Moriarty, L Jones, Hanrahan, Clark.
Pau: Colombet; Carol, Decron, Vatubua, Barrett; Debaes, Lebail; Seneca, Delhommel, Corato, Auradou, Maximin, Puech (capt), Hamonou, Liufau.
Replacements: Ruffenach, Fisiihoi, Van Dyk, Metz, Zegueur, D Robson, Roudil, Arfeuil.
Referee: Jack Makepeace (England)
Assistant referees: Charlie Gayther & Phil Watters (England)
TMO: Steve Leyshon (England)