Sale Sharks wing Chris Ashton will start for England against the All Blacks for the first time in four years, having featured off the bench during the national side's victory over South Africa. Ashton's last start also came against the World Champions during England's 3-0 series loss in New Zealand in 2014.
Meanwhile, Bath number eight and fan favourite Zach Mercer has been dropped from the England 23 altogether, with fit-again second row Courtney Lawes returning to Eddie Jones' matchday squad after recovering from a back injury.
Despite calls for a return to the starting XV for bulldozing Leicester centre Manu Tuilagi, who caused the All Blacks endless problems during England's victory six years ago, the Samoan-born powerhouse is replaced on the bench by Exeter Chiefs wing Jack Nowell
Bath openside Sam Underhill steps straight into the starting lineup for injured Sale Sharks flanker Tom Curry, starting for the first time in twelve-months.
There is a change at loosehead for England as last week's debutant Ben Moon trades placed with Exeter Chiefs teammate Alec Hepburn. Moon is rewarded for his impressive showing from the bench against the Springboks to claim a first Test start against the top ranked team in the world.
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