World News – GB – England vs Italy team news: Eddie Jones named heavily changed squad for Six Nations decision maker


Ben Youngs will win his 100th international cap for England this weekend after being named in their starting lineup for the Six Nations decider against Italy

Head coach Eddie Jones has named a heavily modified squad from England’s victory over Wales in March, with seven players from that squad excluded from selection for this weekend Super Saturdayâ ???? meeting

The side shows seven staff changes from whoever beat Wales 33-30, with Elliot Daly, Manu Tuilagi, George Ford, Joe Marler, Courtney Lawes and Mark Wilson all ruled out for injury, while George Kruis prepares to move to Japan after leaving the Saracens

Captain Owen Farrell returns in half a butterfly to cover the absence of Ford, who missed an Achilles injury, after starting the last six tests at the inside center It means Henry Slade returns to the starting XV in the unknown role of inner center, with Jonathan Joseph outside him in Tuilagi’s absence

Jonny May and Anthony Watson continue on the wings, but with Daly ruled out with a knee injury, George Furbank returns to the rear for the first time since losing to France in February

Mako Vunipola in great shape returns to the free-prop with Maro Itoje joined by the uncapped lock of Exeter Chiefs Jonny Hill in second row, and with Billy Vunipola fit to start after recovering from the arm broken who ran it out of the rest of the Six Nations earlier this year, Jones returns to his favorite full-back unit that impressed at the Rugby World Cup with Tom Curry restored to flank alongside Sam Underhill

Uncapped trio Tom Dunn, Ollie Lawrence and Ollie Thorley cover the fullbacks among the substitutes, with scrum half Dan Robson, where they are joined by props Ellis Genge and Will Stuart, lock Charlie Ewels and the back row Ben Earl

England enter the Championship final game at risk of being undercooked, after seeing last weekend’s warm-up against the Barbarians canceled after a number of their players broke coronavirus protocols , but Jones is confident they made up for that setback in training this week

– We have been training with good intensity this week and the team are excited about the challenge of doing our best against Italy, â € “ Jones said

â ???? The team have prepared well and can’t wait to put on an England shirt and show what they can do

– We’ll also be celebrating two major achievements in the cap milestones of Ben Youngs and Jamie George It’s a testament to their talent, hard work and love to play for England, and there’s more coming from them two one ???? Ben Youngs will win his 100th international cap for England this weekend after being named in their starting lineup for the Six Nations decider against Italy

George Furbank; Anthony Watson, Jonathan Joseph, Henry Slade, Jonny May; Owen Farrell, Ben Youngs; Mako Vunipola, Jamie George, Kyle Sinckler; Maro Itoje, Jonny Hill; Tom Curry, Sam Underhill, Billy Vunipola

Alternates: Tom Dunn, Ellis Genge, Will Stuart, Charlie Ewels, Ben Earl, Dan Robson, Ollie Lawrence, Ollie Thorley

England national rugby union team, Six Nations Championship, Jonny Hill, Eddie Jones, England, Ben Youngs, Exeter

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