Sydney University Football Club has five members in the 23-man squad to contest the 2015 Rugby World Cup final against New Zealand at Twickenham on Saturday (Sunday 3am AEDT).

Goalkicking five-eighth Bernard Foley and fullback Israel Folau have been selected in the starting XV, while halfback Nick Phipps, backrower Ben McCalman and second-rower Dean Mumm have been selected on the bench.

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has given all five extensive game time during the pool and finals matches of the World Cup.

In announcing the team for the final, Cheika said Scott Sio will return to the starting XV having overcome his injury that ruled him out of the semi-final, resuming his role in the number one jersey while James Slipper reverts to the bench.

The front row switch is the only change in the Wallabies’ starting XV following the 29-15 victory over Argentina last Sunday, as the Australians prepare for a record-equalling fourth Rugby World Cup Final.

Saturday’s final will be the first played between Australia and New Zealand, with the winner to become the first nation to win the tournament three times

The Wallabies won the William Webb Ellis trophy defeating England in 1991 and France in 1999 and made a third final against England in 2003.