What is that?
The first Fall Nations Cup final at Twickenham. Eddie Jones’ men welcome France on Sunday with the crowned champions of a competition that replaced the traditional end-of-year tours of the giants of the southern hemisphere.
When is it?
Sunday December 6.
What time is the kick off?
What TV channel is it broadcast on?
Read more: How to watch Fall Cup games live
What are the latest team news?
England suffered a setback on the eve of the final after Mako Vunipola was ruled out by an Achilles problem. Vunipola was injured against Wales last Saturday and was unable to recover in time.
Ellis Genge is promoted from the bench in the starting XV with Joe Marler filling the vacant substitute position.
Anthony Watson, meanwhile, returns to the wing. Watson replaces Jonathan Joseph in the No.14 shirt after his colleague from Bath was ruled out with a calf injury suffered in last weekend’s win over Wales at Llanelli.
Jones returned to a five-three split between forwards and full-backs on the bench, meaning there is no room for wasp flanker Jack Willis.
The three full-backs and center cover are Max Malins and Joe Marchant, while scrum-half Dan Robson continues as Ben Youngs’ assistant.