Eddie Jones has named his side to face Scotland at Murrayfield this weekend during round three of the 2018 Six Nations.
Aside from Nathan Hughes starting at number eight in place of the injured Sam Simmonds, Jones has named an unchanged starting XV, with Joe Launchbury set to earn his 50th cap on Saturday.
Joe Marler takes his place on the bench having served his suspension for a dangerous tackle last month. Marler takes the place of Exeter Chiefs loosehead Alec Hepburn.
George Kruis and Sam Underhill retain their spots on the bench, with Charlie Ewels and James Haskell missing out on the match day 23 and travel with the team as reserves.
Captain Dylan Hartley will become the second highest capped English player of all time on Saturday when he earns his 92nd cap, surpassing Johnny Wilkinson at 91 and behind only Jason Leonard at 114.
“We are really excited about this game and we will need to be very tough and relentless in our defence to keep the pressure on this Scottish team," said Jones.
“They are renowned for their attack so we will need to put pressure on them, create opportunities through our defence for our attack, and convert those opportunities to points.
“Our preparation over the last two weeks has been important in that it has allowed us to regenerate the players, improve the fitness of some and to get a clear understanding on how we will play this weekend.
“Nathan Hughes has worked hard on his fitness. I’ve never seen him in better physical condition so we are looking forward to him playing. Nathan has a key role in defence and in us gaining momentum in attack.”
Jones added on Launchbury’s milestone: “For any player to play 50 caps for their country is a wonderful achievement. Joe has worked really hard to improve and is such an important player for us.”