England head coach Eddie Jones has named his side to play France in Paris (Saturday 10th March, kick-off 16:45 GMT).
Injury has ruled out captain Dylan Hartley so Jamie George will replace him at hooker in what is an otherwise unchanged starting forward pack to the one that faced Scotland last month.
Owen Farrell will captain the team with Mako Vunipola named as vice captain.
Ben Te’o will start at outside centre with Elliot Daly returning to the starting XV at left wing. Anthony Watson moves from right wing to fullback with Jonny May switching wings.
There are six changes among the eight finishers including Luke Cowan-Dickie, Mike Brown, James Haskell, Jonathan Joseph, Sam Simmonds and Kyle Sinckler.
Head Coach Eddie Jones said: “This game is about the opportunity for the team to move forward and we want a response from the players this week.
“Against France we want to be brutal and aggressive on the gain line and to play with a great tactical discipline.”
On Farrell captaining the side Jones said: “Owen will be very proud to be captain but at the same time he is disappointed for Dylan to miss out through injury and he knows the position of captain carries a lot of responsibility.”
Jones added on the vice captaincy going to Vunipola: “We need to make sure we have one strong voice among the forward leaders and Mako has been doing some great work behind the scenes and will step up and take that on officially against France.”