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)
Ben Morgan, Tom Johnson and Henry Thomas spoke to Russ Hargreaves this week as they were about to do some DIY work at Chobham RFC as part of Natwest Rugby Force. On the agenda for discussion were, of course, England's forthcoming games but also the trio's painting prowess.
With ADEY Professional Heating Solutions now unveiled as Gloucester Rugby's new main sponsor from July 2013, managing Director Kelvin Stevens spoke to the club website about the reasons for getting involved with the club.
Gloucester Rugby CEO Stephen Vaughan was delighted to introduce ADEY Professional Heating Solutions as the club's new main sponsor this week. He spoke to the club website about the exciting new partnership.
Although understandably disappointed following the 40-39 defeat at Exeter, Freddie Burns thought that both teams fully contributed to a great spectacle but that a couple of refereeing decisions were key to the outcome.
Gloucester's final game of the season ended in a narrow defeat in a pulsating encounter at the Exeter Chiefs. The Cherry and Whites went down 40-39, as Gareth Steenson's dramatic late penalty meant that the end of Director of Rugby Nigel Davies' first season in charge ended in defeat. Davies spoke to the official website in the Devon sunshine.
Dave Lewis was in a tough situation on Saturday afternoon - playing for Gloucester against the side he will join next season, Exeter Chiefs. At the final whistle though, Lewis was simply disappointed to have lost the game.
Tongan second row Lua Lokotui is looking forward to catching up with some old acquaintances at Sandy Park when Gloucester take on Exeter Chiefs on Saturday afternoon, as he and his team mates hope to finish the season on a high note.
During a break from training ahead of Saturday's Aviva Premiership fixture at Exeter, centre Henry Trinder hopes that Gloucester build on the momentum from the recent win over Saracens, and expressed frustration that he's hitting form as the season end approaches after missing time due to injury.
Gloucester Rugby may have already clinched their Heineken Cup spot for 2013-14, but Director of Rugby Nigel Davies stressed this week that it's important for Gloucester to finish their season on a positive note at Exeter on Saturday.