Three more start on the bench in Salta, Argentina
Sports fans in Northampton have been celebrating a double success in rugby and football
Northampton break semi-final hoodoo to set up showdown with Leicester
Northampton Saints stars Lee Dickson, Courtney Lawes and Tom Wood have all been named in England's starting line-up for Saturday's crunch clash with Australia at Twickenham.
Lawes, who has made a blistering start to the Aviva Premiership season, has been rewarded for his fine form with a place in the second row alongside Joe Launchbury, whilst 26-year-old Wood keeps his spot at flanker.
Lee Dickson has been preferred at scrum-half to Leicester Tigers' Ben Youngs.
Meanwhile, Northampton captain Dylan Hartley will have to settle for a place on the bench after Tom Youngs was named at hooker.
Ben Foden has also been selected as one of the replacements.
England team to face Australia: Mike Brown (Harlequins), Chris Ashton (Saracens), Joel Tomkins (Saracens), Billy Twelvetrees (Gloucester), Marland Yarde (London Irish), Owen Farrell (Saracens), Lee Dickson (Northampton Saints)
Mako Vunipola (Saracens), Tom Youngs (Leicester Tigers), Dan Cole (Leicester Tigers), Joe Launchbury (London Wasps), Courtney Lawes (Northampton Saints), Tom Wood (Northampton Saints), Chris Robshaw (Harlequins), Billy Vunipola (Saracens)
Replacements: Dylan Hartley (Northampton Saints), Joe Marler (Harlequins), David Wilson (Bath), Dave Attwood (Bath), Ben Morgan (Gloucester), Ben Youngs (Leicester Tigers), Toby Flood (Leicester Tigers), Ben Foden (Northampton Saints)
Northampton Saints have been gearing up for their highly anticipated meeting with Leicester Tigers on Saturday.
Memories of the Saints defeat in last season's play-off final must be still fresh for their fans, but the players and coaches have moved on, including their Director of Rugby Jim Mallinder.
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Two of our region's sports stars have been shortlisted for awards in recognition of their fine starts to the season.
Northampton Saints centre Luther Burrell is among three nominees for the Aviva Premiership Player of the Month award for September alongside Bath's George Ford and Saracens flanker Jacques Burger.
The nomination is the latest boost for the 25-year-old, who was involved in his first England tour this summer in Argentina.
Meanwhile, Ipswich Town's David McGoldrick has also been nominated for a monthly award for his fine September form in the Sky Bet Championship.
The former Nottingham Forest forward hit four goals during the month, bagging braces against Middlesbrough and Brighton and Hove Albion.
He'll have to see off two former Norwich City players to land the award, with Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Robert Green and Burnley's Jason Shackell also shortlisted, alongside Reading midfielder Danny Guthrie.
Finally, Essex cricketer Reece Topley will find out later tonight if he's been named as the PCA's Young Player of the Year at the Association's awards ceremony in London.
New Northampton Saints chairman Tony Hewitt has said he's honoured to take over the chairmanship of the club.
He said there were challenges ahead but the club were in a very strong position.
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England lock-forward Courtney Lawes retains his place in a Northampton Saints side showing four changes for their latest Aviva Premiership game against Harlequins tomorrow (Friday). The 24 year old hopes he can stay injury free for club and country this season. See Donovan Blake's report.
Northampton Saints players Ben Foden and Lee Dickson joined teammates and other sport stars to support the local charity 'Niamh's Next Step'. The event, at Whittlebury Hall near Silverstone, was to raise funds for research into the brain disease neuroblastoma. See Donovan Blake's report.
England head coach Stuart Lancaster said Dylan Hartley has made the elite squad due to his contrition.
Hartley, 27, is currently serving an 11 week suspension for verbally abusing a referee. Thbe suspension meant he missed the historic British Lions tour to Australia.
Lancaster says he has discussed the matter with Hartley.
"I had a long hard think about it and a long conversation with him. I wanted to be reassured that he understands where the line is, what is right and what is wrong.
"He accepts that and knows he needs a strong start to the season with Northampton as changes can be made with Rob Webber and David Paice pushing hard.
"Unfortunately, we can only have 33 in the Senior EPS but those who just missed out have plenty to offer.
"They are still very much in the international picture and there is flexibility built into the system that facilitates that."
Northampton Saints Dylan Hartley has retained his place in England's senior elite player squad.
Lancaster's patience with Hartley has yet to be exhausted despite the Northampton hooker being suspended until September 1 for his latest encounter with the disciplinary authorities.
Hartley received an 11-week ban after he was sent off for verbally abusing referee Wayne Barnes in last season's Aviva Premiership final.
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Paul Diggin has signed a contract extension with Northampton Saints which will see the winger combine coaching with playing.
Diggin, 28, has made 148 appearances, scoring 62 tries, since making his Saints debut in 2004, but missed most of last season due to a knee injury sustained in pre-season.
During his injury lay-off, Diggin worked with the club's age-group players alongside the academy coaching staff and it is one of the factors which contributed to his eagerness to sign a new deal.
He told the club's website:"I'm very excited. I remain as committed as always to playing for the Saints, and hopefully I will get as much game time as possible this season in what will be a very exciting team.
"But I've got one eye very much on the future as well and I'm looking forward to working with a group of very talented young players."