Dan Robson - "Training has been good this week. Everyone is excited and looking sharp. It took us a little while at the beginning of the week to gel as we've all been away at our clubs. But, towards the end of the week, we're buzzing and looking good."
"We've got one more session before Saturday's game to get a few things sorted but the mood is good."
It's a fairly new looking England U20 side this season. From a Gloucester perspective, the likes of Freddie Burns, Shaun Knight and Jonny May have all moved on. But, so have a lot of the players who represented England in the U20 Junior World Cup in Argentina in June last year.
Ryan Mills - "We have got a lot of fresh faces in but quite a lot of us have played together at England U18s level. We've all come through the same set up so we're used to playing together and that really helps."
"Pretty much all of the back line that we're part of have played 18s together so we know each other's games and that's a massive bonus."
Dan Robson - "We've all spent a lot of time together on and off the pitch as well. We're comfortable in each other's company, we've been away on training camps together. We're a relaxed tight knit group and that helps us to perform and deliver on the day."
With such a Gloucester pedigree at U20 level in recent times - the likes of Dave Lewis, Charlie Sharples and Henry Trinder are all also former U20 caps - has it been easy to tap them up for advice?
Dan Robson - "Freddie (Burns) and Davey (Lewis) have been particularly helpful to me. They've both played at half back at this level and they've had some good words of advice."
"It's been really useful because 20s is a big step up from 18s obviously. A lot of the games are televised which they aren't at 18s so there's a little bit more pressure and more people watching you. So, they've been great in passing on a few tips in how to deal with it."
And how about Wales, the opposition on the opening weekend?
Ryan Mills - "They're a good side and it's going to be a big test for us playing our opening game down in West Wales. But we obviously have to go there with a positive attitude and looking for the win."