JC Pretorius and Muller du Plessis have been included in the Blitzboks squad for the two final tournaments of the World Rugby Sevens Series.
Pretorius and Du Plessis last played at the Canada Sevens in Vancouver, where the former was named in the Dream Team, but the duo missed the Hong Kong and Singapore legs due to injuries.
Both have now regained full fitness, with Pretorius taking over from Chris Dry and Du Plessis replacing Angelo Davids in the travelling group for the London and Paris events. Davids has been included in the Junior Springbok squad for the upcoming U20 World Championship.
Philip Snyman will travel as 13th player, with Siviwe Soyizwapi retaining the captaincy.
Meanwhile, Branco du Preez will become the most-capped Springbok Sevens player of all time at the London Sevens next weekend when he runs out in his 70th tournament for the Blitzboks in the penultimate tournament of the season.
The 29-year-old currently shares the mark of 69 tournaments with Kyle Brown, but he will become the sole record holder when he takes to the field at Twickenham.
Blitzboks squad – Ryan Oosthuizen, Sako Makata, Impi Visser, Kurt-Lee Arendse, Werner Kok, JC Pretorius, Branco du Preez, Selvyn Davids, Justin Geduld, Stedman Gans, Siviwe Soyizwapi, Muller du Plessis, Philip Snyman.