Gloucester's new scrum-half signing Peter Richards has replaced Andy Gomarsall in England's starting line-up for the final of the Churchill Cup against Argentina on Sunday.
England coach Joe Lydon has made four changes to the starting line up, plus two on the bench and also named a new vice captain.
Richards comes in for Gomarsall at half-back, and James Simpson-Daniel continues at outside centre.
James Forrester is named on the bench, as he was against Canada last weekend. The Gloucester back-row man is joined by Andy Gomarsall, who is leaving Kingsholm this summer for Worcester.
Perry Freshwater, the Perpignan-based prop, who so impressed in the scrum last Sunday against Canada, retains his place and is named as vice captain.
Nineteen year old Mathew Tait of Newcastle Falcons makes his tournament debut, starting on the wing, with Tom Voyce, who came off the bench and wasted no time in scoring a try last Sunday, now starting at full back.
As well as Richards moving up from the bench, Bath hooker Lee Mears also steps up. Mike Shelley, the Leeds Tykes prop, and the Bath back Andy Higgins both come on to the bench for the first time.
In announcing the changes, England coach Joe Lydon pointed out that he always planned to give every one of the 25 man squad the opportunity of playing at some stage in the two match tournament and selection was not influenced by form by the England players on the tour.
"Again this tour can be summed up for these England players by one word - opportunity. This is their chance to impress. The selection was not down to any lack of form by anybody but it was just unfortunate that Ugo Monye was injured half way through the last game.
"Perry Freshwater and the whole of the tight five were very good in the set piece against Canada. He was a cornerstone of the front row, demonstrating first class discipline and leadership qualities which he has gained from playing in France.
"Pete Richards and the others that came off the bench played well. Andy Gomarsall is still the number one scrum half on this tour, with proven ability and tremendous experience as his 23 caps indicate. But I expect him and George Chuter to both come off the bench in the game and make an impact.
"Argentina have a very good pack. They are good across the field and don't just conform to stereotype as simply being strong in the scrum. They proved in their close game against the USA last weekend that they have ability and a self belief in what they can achieve inside the full 80 minutes. So we are looking forward to what will undoubtedly be a very interesting final."
Pat Sanderson, England captain, expects the final to live up to expectations and his side to give 100%
"We've been looking forward to this final for a long time. With losing to the New Zealand Maori last year in the last few minutes, we are keen to play well on Sunday against an Argentine side we know will be there in force. We are ready for a testing game."
England take on the Pumas in the final of the Churchill Cup in the Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, kick off 1510 (2210 BST) live on SKY.
15 VOYCE, Tom - London Wasps
14 SACKEY, Paul - London Wasps
13 SIMPSON-DANIEL, James - Gloucester
12 BELL, Chris - Leeds Tykes
11 TAIT, Mathew - Newcastle Falcons
10 GOODE, Andy - Leicester Tigers
9 RICHARDS, Peter - London Wasps
1 FRESHWATER, Perry - Perpignan (Vice Captain)
2 MEARS, Lee - Bath
3 TURNER, Stuart - Sale Sharks
4 DEACON, Louis - Leicester Tigers
5 PALMER, Tom - Leeds Tykes
6 JONES, Chris -Sale Sharks
7 SANDERSON, Pat - Worcester Warriors (Captain)
8 DOWSON, Phil - Newcastle Falcons
16 CHUTER George - Leicester Tigers
17 SHELLEY, Mike- Leeds Tykes
18 HOOPER, Stuart - Leeds Tykes
19 FORRESTER, James - Gloucester
20 GOMARSALL, Andy - Gloucester
21 ERINLE, Ayoola - London Wasps
22 HIGGINS, Andy - Bath
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