THE Dragons have been boosted for Sunday’s vital PRO14 clash with Edinburgh by the release of Wales duo Hallam Amos and Tyler Morgan.

Full-back/wing Amos was officially called into the autumn squad this week after helping with preparations for the Tests against Australia and Tonga but is not needed for the autumn finale against South Africa at Principality Stadium.

Nor is Morgan, who scored his first international try against the Tongans but misses out to Lions ace Jonathan Davies.

Head coach Bernard Jackman must now decide whether to fling them straight into the XV at Rodney Parade (kick-off 5.30pm) without much preparation or to use them for bench impact.

Amos made his Dragons comeback at the unfamiliar position of outside centre in the PRO14 loss at Connacht at the start of the month after seven weeks out with a dislocated shoulder.

Morgan has been with Wales since the start of the series, making a solitary appearance when winning his fifth cap with an impressive display against the Tongans.

The duo have been released to feature in Newport but Jackman is still without flanker Aaron Wainwright and tighthead Leon Brown despite them not getting the nod for the Springboks Test.

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Wales head coach Warren Gatland has retained a large squad to help with preparations for Principality Stadium and provide a World Cup feel.

Jackman names his team to face Edinburgh at midday with food for thought in the tight five after last week's win against Russia in Bedwas.

Props Ryan Bevington and Aaron Jarvis and lock Rynard Landman pressed their case for inclusion after strong displays against the Bears.

"It was a good opportunity for them to get game time," said Jackman. "It was just a good, tough game and a really worthwhile fixture.

"Jarvis has had an interrupted start to the season with his bicep and then a virus and Bevington has had a few knocks that he has struggled with.

"We were really happy with both of them and Landman was excellent – he trained really well last week and also this week, which is a big boost.

"He is in the mix for sure. After Zebre he picked up a knock and was a little bit out of the loop, but he is back in."

Jackman was also impressed by the display of young flanker Ben Fry, who was a member of the Wales squad at the World Rugby U20 Championship last summer.

The 20-year-old from Radyr, who came through the ranks at Cardiff Blues, scored one of the six tries against Russia.

"He was good and is another back row forward that we would like to bring through because he is very abrasive," said Jackman.

"His super strength is his toughness and he has a very good attitude.

"All three of Ben, Lennon Greggains and Taine Basham have different qualities and it is an exciting young back row bunch to come through."