England fans have voted Chris Ashton into their starting lineup to face the All Blacks at Twickenham this weekend, championing the 31-year-old to start his first Test for four years, a game in which he also faces up against New Zealand in Dunedin.
The fans have also favour Exeter Chiefs propping duo Ben Moon and Harry Williams in their starting lineup, with the duo replacing Alec Hepburn and Kyle Sinckler either side of co-captain Dylan Hartley in the front row.
Last week's man of the match, Mark Wilson, is the sole survivor of the backrow that triumphed over South Africa four days ago, with Bath's Sam Underhill coming in to replace the injured Tom Curry and number eight Zach Mercer displacing former Hurricanes captain Brad Shields, allowing Wilson to shift to his natural position of blindside.
There is no place in the fans' thoughts for the fit-again pairing of Manu Tuilagi and Courtney Lawes. Tuilagi missed out on a starting berth to both Ben Te'o and Henry Slade, with the Samoan-born wrecking ball losing out by a slim 12% and 8% to Te'o and Slade respectively.
Exeter wing Jack Nowell loses out by a meagre 1.04% to Ashton in the 14 jersey, while his fellow Devonian, Williams, edged out Sinckler by 54% to 46% at tighthead.
Head coach Eddie Jones is set to name his squad at 12:00 pm tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon. This will be the first time England have faced the All Blacks under Jones' charge.
The last meeting between the two nations resulted in a narrow 24-21 victory to the New Zealanders in 2014, taking their winning run over the English to five consecutive victories.
England have beaten New Zealand on seven occasions in 40 meetings over the last 113 years, with the latest English victory coming six years ago, a match in which England returnees Tuilagi and Ashton played heavy roles.
England vs New Zealand
Saturday 10th November
Sky Sports HD