SYDNEY - Josh and Brett Morris will be reunited for Australia in Townsville next Saturday after Kangaroos coach Tim Sheens named the twins in his Test side to face New Zealand.
The pair last donned the green and gold together against France during the 2009 Four Nations campaign and scored two tries apiece.
But since that 42-4 win in Paris they've only played together once when Ricky Stuart selected them for NSW in this year's third State of Origin clash in Brisbane.
That game in the French capital saw the 26-year-olds become the first set of twins to play for Australia since Kevin and Kerrod Walters in 1991.
But the encounter with the Kiwis at Dairy Farmers Stadium will be the first time they've played on the same side of the field since their St George Illawarra days.
Josh joined Canterbury at the start of 2009 and has been a regular at left centre for the Bulldogs.
However, with Brisbane's Justin Hodges unavailable due to injury, and Greg Inglis being Sheens' first-choice No.3, Morris will revert to the role he occupied with great success for NSW this year. Kangaroos: Billy Slater, Darius Boyd, Greg Inglis, Josh Morris, Brett Morris, Johnathan Thurston, Cooper Cronk, Matt Scott, Cameron Smith (capt), James Tamou, Greg Bird, Paul Gallen, Nate Myles. Interchange: Robbie Farah, Ryan Hoffman, David Shillington, Tony Williams, Ben Te'o (18th man).