Gloucester's Phil Vickery returns to the England starting line-up for Sunday Six Nations clash at Twickenham against France.
The 28 year-old prop replaces Julian White, but there is no room in the starting XV for open-side Andy Hazell.
The 26 year-old back-row man is named on the bench alongside Henry Paul. Coach Andy Robinson opts for Worsley, Moody and Corry in the back-row, and Noon and Barkley in the centre positions.
Harry Ellis of Leicester Tigers makes his debut, and is one of five changes to the England XV that played Wales in the RBS 6 Nations last weekend. Julian White was not considered due to a neck injury incurred against Wales.
England head coach Andy Robinson was enthusiastic about his decision to start Ellis at scrum half.
"Harry has consistently impressed me with both his attitude and his ability. He came on in the second half last weekend against Wales and made his mark and now I'd like to see him start when we take on France.
"Martin Corry has made a full recovery from his recent elbow injury and I believe he could have a huge impact on our game. Lewis also had a very strong set of games in the autumn internationals and has much to offer at open-side.
"This was always going to be the closest 6 Nations championship in years and every country knows there will be no hiding place but that's the way we like it and I'm looking forward to Sunday immensely."
16 Andy Titterrell (Sale Sharks)
17 Andy Sheridan (Sale Sharks)
18 Steve Borthwick (Bath)
19 Andy Hazell (Gloucester)
20 Matt Dawson (London Wasps)
21 Henry Paul (Gloucester)
22 Ben Cohen (Northampton Saints)
Tom Savage delivered a Man of the Match performance against Exeter Chiefs on his birthday on Saturday evening. He spoke to GRTV after the game about the importance of the European Rugby Challenge Cup win.
Speaking to the local media this week, John Afoa described the hard work that the Cherry and White have been putting in and that he is fighting fit ready for Saturday's European Rugby Challenge Cup semi final clash with Exeter Chiefs.
Gloucester Rugby face Exeter Chiefs this Saturday in the European Rugby Challenge Cup semi-final, and Charlie Sharples, who starts at full back is relishing the challenge of the big Kingsholm occasion.
Gloucester meet the Exeter Chiefs for the fourth time in competitive action this weekend, this time in the semi-final of the European Rugby Challenge Cup. Director of Rugby David Humphreys told the local media this week that this is the sort of game that Gloucester want to be involved in on a regular basis and that he and his team are looking forward to it.
Following the 29-26 loss to Harlequins, club captain Billy Twelvetrees spoke of his disappointment that the Cherry and Whites were unable to cash in on the home side's indiscipline and lose a lead on Saturday afternoon.
Number eight Gareth Evans admitted to a collective feeling of frustration as Gloucester lost narrowly at Harlequins on Saturday, but insisted that there are plenty of positives to draw upon ahead of next Saturday's European Rugby Challenge Cup semi-final at home to Exeter.
The Gloucester Rugby Ticket office can advise that the club's initial allocation of tickets for the European Rugby Challenge Cup Final has sold out. However, the club has secured an additional allocation of tickets from EPCR which will go on sale on Monday.
Following Saturday evening's exciting European Rugby Challenge Cup semi-final victory over Exeter Chiefs, the Ticket Office at Kingsholm will be open on Sunday from 11am to 3pm for Club Members to purchase tickets for the Final.
Gloucester Rugby qualified for their first European final since 2006 as they defeated the in-form Exeter Chiefs by 30 points to 19 in a thrilling semi-final at Kingsholm on Saturday evening. The club photographer caught the best of the action.
Recent meetings between these two teams have often been thrillers, and this was no exception. It went down to the final few minutes, but Gloucester produced the goods when it mattered to qualify for the European Rugby Challenge Cup Final, beating Exeter 30-19.