With a full England call-up, JACK Welsby will be able to showcase his abilities on a global stage.
Shaun Wane, the national coach, has announced his lineup for Saturday’s mid-season match against the Combined Nations All Stars.
And according to SunSport, St Helens starlet Welsby will be there – and could make his England debut.
After being brought in as an injury replacement for Jonny Lomax, the 21-year-old was named to the squad for last year’s mid-season match.
After a string of strong performances in a variety of positions, Wane is believed to have been persuaded to include him from the start.
Welsby is unlikely to start at fullback because skipper Sam Tomkins is expected to start.
However, if Lomax – who is playing through a biceps injury – is left out, a spot in the halves is a possibility.
Tommy Makinson, Mark Percival, Morgan Knowles, and Alex Walmsley are all expected to attend.
Wane, on the other hand, must make decisions on a second winger, a center, and a halfback, as well as who will start at hooker.
Jake Connor has been ruled out for 12 weeks with a strained medial knee ligament for the All Stars, the Super League’s best non-English players.
In the full back position, their coach, rugby league legend Ellery Hanley, is likely to select Wigan superstar Jai Field.