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England have made one change to their team to face Wales in the Six Nations on Sunday.
Former Scarlets number 8 Ben Morgan replaces the injured Billy Vunipola.
Tom Johnson comes onto the bench for the game at Twickenham.
Centre Manu Tuilagi has recovered from long-term injury but is not considered for selection due to a lack of match fitness.
England head coach Stuart Lancaster said: "We can't wait to play at home again. The players have said that the atmosphere at Twickenham for the Ireland game was the best they had experienced and I'm sure it will be the same again on Sunday."
"It definitely gives us an extra lift and that's what we want against another experienced, high-quality side, who are looking to defend their title."
Warren Gatland has made two changes to his Wales outfit to play England at the weekend - and both sides are still in with a chance of winning the championship.
The last time Wales faced England was in 2012 - and Wales won.
Now Wales will be hoping to capture the same form that saw them romp to victory against the french as they look for an historic third consecutive six nations title, as James Crichton-Smith reports.
Wales' Head Coach Warren Gatland will name his team to face England in the Six Nations later.
The chosen squad will travel to Twickenham for Sunday's show-down, with both sides in with a chance of the Six Nations Championship.
They'll be hoping for a repeat performance of their last Six Nations clash against France which saw them win 27-6.
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