Nearly 50 of the players involved are already on NRL rosters.
Saturday’s blockbuster schedule will see the Junior Kangaroos take on their Kiwi counterparts, before Fiji and Papua New Guinea lock horns.
Samoa will clash with Tonga in the second test.
“It’s definitely going to be physical, no player is going to be holding back, it’s just the history of the two nations," Samoa captain Frank Pritchard told SBS News.
"Come Saturday I’m sure there will be a lot of fans running on the ground at the end of the game.”