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Northampton Saints flanker Teimana Harrison will make his international debut for England against Wales on Sunday.
The 23-year-old comes in for former captain Chris Robshaw who has been rested.
New Zealand-born Harrison was called into the squad for the upcoming tour of Australia after enjoying a superb breakthrough season at Franklin's Gardens.
There are some new faces in the squad.
Teimana Harrison gets a start at six, which is a great chance for him to make a statement ahead of the tour to Australia.
The side will be captained by Dylan Hartley, while Courtney Lawes and Luther Burrell have also been named in the starting XV.
Thank you for all the kind messages, such an honour to be wearing the rose this weekend, I can't wait to get stuck in!
Saints prop Paul Hill is among the replacements.
George North starts on the wing for Wales.
More details to follow
England head coach Eddie Jones says he has no concerns over Dylan Hartley's fitness - despite him missing much of the second-half of the season with concussion.
The Northampton Saints hooker was knocked out in the Six Nations Grand Slam decider against France in March.
Hartley only returned for the Saints' final game of the campaign earlier this month, but Jones has faith that he will be fine to lead England in their upcoming tour of Australia.
I’m not concerned by his lack of rugby.
He trained very well in Brighton (at the training camp). He was one of our best performers so he’ll be able to play against Wales and will hopefully get 50 or 60 minutes then he’ll be right for the first Test.
England take on Wales at Twickenham next weekend before heading over to Australia in June.
Northampton Saints flanker Teimana Harrison has been called up to the England squad for the first time for next month's tour of Australia.
The 23-year-old enjoyed a dream season at Franklin's Gardens and was named in the Aviva Premiership team of the year.
Dylan Hartley will again captain the side, while Courtney Lawes and Paul Hill have also been selected.
Bedford Blues forward Mark Flanagan has joined Aviva Premiership leaders Saracens on a two-year deal.
The second row has been in fantastic form for the Blues this season, helping them reach The Championship play-offs.
The 26-year-old will complete his move in the summer.
We have been watching Mark for some time and he has proved himself one of the most impressive lock forwards in the Championship.
We're delighted he's chosen to advance his career at Saracens.
Meanwhile, Bedford have signed London Irish centre Tom Farrell.
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England rugby captain Dylan Hartley could miss this weekend's Grand Slam decider against France, according to reports.
The Daily Mirror say that the Northampton Saints star sat out training at Pennyhill Park today after picking up an injury.
Exeter Chiefs hooker Luke Cowan-Dickie would be the favourite to replace Hartley should the worst be confirmed.
England have already been crowned as this year's Six Nations champions, but still need to beat France in Paris to complete a first Grand Slam since 2003.
Northampton Saints centre Luther Burrell has been recalled to the England squad ahead of this weekend's Six Nations clash with Ireland.
The call-up marks a return to the international fold for the 28-year-old, who was famously dropped from the World Cup squad at the last minute by former coach Stuart Lancaster.
Burrell admitted the rejection left him "broken" and was subsequently given time off by the Saints to get over the blow.
However, he will now have a chance to impress new boss Eddie Jones after Bath's Ollie Devoto was ruled out with concussion.