Eddie Jones picks four uncapped players for Canada Test as Alex Dombrandt, Dan Kelly, Adam Radwan and Harry Wells are all named in starting XV for Twickenham clash
- Eddie Jones has named his squad for the Twickenham clash against Canada
- Alex Dombrandt, Dan Kelly, Adam Radwan and Harry Wells all get the nod
- Lewis Ludlow remains as captain having also been handed the role against USA
Eddie Jones will cap four more players for England against Canada this Saturday, with Alex Dombrandt, Dan Kelly, Adam Radwan and Harry Wells all starting.
That quartet come in for Callum Chick, Ollie Lawrence, Max Malins and Josh McNally who played in the victory over the USA, for the second summer Twickenham Test, as hooker Jamie Blamire starts ahead of Curtis Langdon.
Lewis Ludlow remains as captain on his second Test, with the half-back pair of Harry Randall and Marcus Smith remaining intact.
Eddie Jones has named four uncapped players for England’s final clash of the season
The Canadians were thrashed 68-12 by Wales last weekend, so England should win in commanding style.
Jones said: ‘Our focus this camp is being as strong a 36-player squad as we can be and there has been a lot of hard work and intense competition.
‘There is a responsibility on the 23 players selected to perform to their personal best.
Alex Dombrandt is one of the four to line up for England at Twickenham this weekend
‘We want to go out there and put smiles on the faces of all the supporters watching at Twickenham and at home.’
Prop Paul Hill, and backs George Furbank and Joe Marchant are added to the bench as Jones picks a more traditional replacement line-up of five forwards and three backs, not the 6-2 split he went with last weekend.
England beat the Americans 43-29 last Sunday, and this will be their final match of the season.
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