Brumbies coach Jake White says he will not stand in the way of his players wanting to play for Australia and says he will give Wallabies coach Robbie Deans "whatever he needs".
Super Rugby will break in June for the Internationals and the first test for Australia is four days after the last round of Super Rugby before the internationals start.
Wallabies and Brumbies centre Pat McCabe says he is willing to give his body a severe test by playing for the Brumbies and then Scotland on June the 5th if Deans needs him to play for the Wallabies.
Australia have a three Test series against Wales but that will be preceeded by a Test against Scotland so coach Robbie Deans will have to juggle his players Super Rugby and Test commitments.
The Brumbies play the Melbourne Rebels on June the 1st and the Waratahs play the next day on June the 2nd.
Deans was expected to select players for the first Test from the Force and the Reds as they have a bye but the injuries are mounting and so players from the Brumbies, Waratahs and the Rebels where possible could come into play.
The Brumbies currently lead the Australian conference but releasing players to a Wallabies camp could have an effect on their standing.
At the same time the Brumbies do not want to stand in the way of players who want to play for their country.
Ben Alexander, Stephen Moore and McCabe are all current Wallabies but now while Jesse Mogg, Christian Lealiifano, Sam Carter and Dan Palmer are pressing their claims a Wallabies call up.
"I've already spoken to Robbie and I've told him whatever he needs, I will give him," White told WA Today.