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Is this the best uncapped England XV?

LK: Joel Kpoku (Saracens) –The 6ft 4in teenager was a rugby league player in his youth but switched to the 15-man code at under-17 level and has made swift strides, signing for the Saracens academy, joining an impressive production line that has developed George Kruis, Maro Itoje and Nick Isiekwe into senior England players, and making his senior debut in the Anglo-Welsh Cup.

LK: Jonny Hill (Exeter Chiefs): The towering second-row has been thriving of late with Exeter Chiefs, proving himself to be an efficient lineout operator and warrior at the breakdown.

BF: Ben Curry (Sale Sharks) – Twin brother of Tom, he was called up to the senior England squad by Eddie Jones for their 2017 summer tour of Argentina, but did not make an appearance on the tour. The former England U20 captain never lets Sale down and certainly wouldn’t let his country down if given the call.

OF: Ben Earl (Saracens) – After making his Saracens debut in 2016, the Academy graduate has since scored on his first start, has starred in Europe including two tries against Cardiff Blues in 2018/19. He’s also captained England at Under-20s and was a part of the side that won the Grand Slam in the 2017 Six Nations. The back rower has since been named in EPS training camps by national head coach Eddie Jones.

N8: Jono Ross (Sale Sharks) – South African born Ross is England qualified through his grandmother, joined Sale from Stade Francais in 2017 and was included in England’s training squad last May leading into the Barbarians fixture. Despite continuing to impress for Sale, Ross remains on the fringes.