O'Connor back for Toulon rugby after cocaine bust

Australian international James O'Connor, who was suspended by Toulon after he was arrested and fined in a cocaine bust in Paris, will return to the team for Saturday's Top 14 match against Bordeaux.

O'Connor, 26, hasn't played since he and All Blacks star Ali Williams were arrested outside a nightclub near the Champs Elysees in February and later fined -- Williams for buying cocaine and O'Connor for using it.

The 35-year-old former lock Williams was fired by French Top 14 champions Racing 92 while O'Connor was suspended.

O'Connor will start on the bench in a game where Toulon must beat Bordeaux to make sure of fourth place in the Top 14 and guarantee a home tie in the play-offs.

Toulon's Australian international Drew Mitchell, who will retire at the end of the season, will start Saturday's game on the wing.