Chris Ashton and Sam Underhill are set to start for England against New Zealand after coach Eddie Jones made three changes to his side for Saturday's match against the All Blacks at Twickenham.
Ashton, who ended a four-year England exile when coming off the bench in last week's 12-11 win at home to South Africa, is on the right wing in place of Jack Nowell.
Underhill comes in at openside flanker after an ankle injury ruled out Tom Curry.
Ashton has scored 19 tries for England including one in their last victory over the All Blacks in 2012.
"It's more of an order change," Jones told reporters at England's Bagshot training base on Thursday.
"Jack played exceptionally well for us last week but when you're playing against New Zealand the 80 minutes are important.
"Jack has got an incredible work rate so we feel he'll be enormously valuable for us in the last 20 minutes.
"Chris can sniff a try from anywhere. To beat New Zealand you have got to score tries," the Australian added.
"He's in good form and has looked sharp, so we've given him the nod to start."
>But there was no place in the matchday 23 for Manu Tuilagi, who had arguably his best England game against the All Blacks six years ago, despite the centre's recovery from the groin strain that ruled him out against the Springboks.
"Manu is just not quite right. He's nearly there and we feel like he'll be of enormous value to us in the future," said Jones.
"Rather than take any risks with him we're being quite conservative in his management.
"He's at 99.9999 percent but he's just not quite right so we're going to see if we get him 100 percent right."
Jones made one other change when announcing his starting XV on Thursday, with Ben Moon named at loosehead prop for what will be England's first match against world champions New Zealand in four years.
Courtney Lawes returned to the bench following a lower back problem, with Zach Mercer dropping out of the squad.
England to face New Zealand
Twickenham, London, Saturday November 10, 3pm local, Sunday 2am AEDT, LIVE on beIN SPORT.
IN: Sam Underhill, Courtney Lawes
OUT: Zach Mercer, Tom Curry
1. Ben Moon
2. Dylan Hartley
3. Kyle Sinckler
4. Maro Itoje
5. George Kruis
6. Brad Shields
7. Sam Underhill
8. Mark Wilson
9. Ben Youngs
10. Owen Farrell
11. Jonny May
12. Ben Te'o
13. Henry Slade
14. Chris Ashton
15. Elliot Daly
16. Jamie George
17. Alec Hepburn
18. Harry Williams
19. Charlie Ewels
20. Courtney Lawes
21. Danny Care
22. George Ford
23. Jack Nowell
New Zealand to face England
The All Blacks named their team to face England on Thursday morning, with Damian McKenzie starting at 15.
IRELAND vs ARGENTINA
Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Saturday November 10, 6:30pm local, Sunday 5:30am AEDT
Six Nations Grand Slam winning captain Rory Best and injury-prone flanker Sean O'Brien earned recalls from head coach Joe Schmidt to Ireland's starting XV for Saturday's one-off Test with Argentina.
Grizzled hooker Best, 36, returns after missing the 2-1 Test series win in Australia with a hamstring problem whilst O'Brien sat out both the Six Nations and the tour with hip and shoulder injuries respectively.
Despite Luke McGrath impressing in the 54-7 victory over Italy in Chicago last Saturday it is the more experienced Kieran Marmion who starts at scrum-half alongside star fly-half Jonathan Sexton, whose regular half-back partner Conor Murray has not been selected as a neck injury has prevented him from playing this season.
With an eye on the mouth-watering clash with world champions New Zealand on Saturday week, Schmidt has restored most of the team that clinched the Grand Slam at Twickenham earlier this year although fullback Rob Kearney is absent because of a shoulder injury.
Jordan Larmour retains the starting spot in that position after a barn-storming, three-try performance against the Italians.
The hosts will be looking for a confidence-boosting victory ahead of the All Blacks clash over a Pumas side that has emerged from The Rugby Championship with two victories -- including their first in Australia since 1983.
The Pumas have proved thorns in Ireland's side on several occasions in the World Cup -- most recently in the 2015 quarter-finals -- although they came out on the wrong side of a 28-19 defeat at Lansdowne Road in November last year.
Ireland to face Argentina
IN: Cian Healy, Rory Best, Tadhg Furlong, Iain Henderson, James Ryan, Peter O'Mahony, Sean O'Brien, CJ Stander, Kieran Marmion, Johnny Sexton, Robbie Henshaw, Keith Earls, Dan LEavy
OUT: Niall Scannell, Tadhg Beirne, Quinn Roux, Rhys Ruddock, Josh van der Flier, Jack Conan, Garry Ringrose, Dave Kilcoyne, Finlay Bealham, Jordi Murphy, John Cooney, Ross Byrne, Will Addison
1. Cian Healy
2. Rory Best
3. Tadhg Furlong
4. Iain Henderson
5. James Ryan
6. Peter O'Mahony
7. Sean O'Brien
8. CJ Stander
9. Kieran Marmion
10. Jonathan Sexton
11. Jacob Stockdale
12. Bundee Aki
13. Robbie Henshaw
14. Keith Earls
15. Jordan Larmour
16. Sean Cronin
17. Jack McGrath
18. Andrew Porter
19. Devin Toner
20. Dan Leavy
21. Luke McGrath
22. Joey Carbery
23. Andrew Conway
Argentina to face Ireland
1. Santiago Garcia Botta
2. Agustin Creevy
3. Santiago Medrano
4. Matias Alemanno
5. Tomas Lavanini
6. Pablo Matera
7. Guido Petti
8. Javier Ortega Desio
9. Tomas Cubelli
10. Nicolas Sanchez
11. Ramiro Moyano
12. Jeronimo de la Fuente
13. Matias Orlando
14. Bautista Delguy
15. Emiliano Boffelli
16. Julian Montoya
17. Juan Pablo Zeiss
18. Lucio Sordoni
19. Rodrigo Bruni
20. Tomas Lazana
21. Gonzalo Bertranou
22. Joaquin Diaz Bonilla
23. Matias Moroni
FRANCE vs SOUTH AFRICA
Stade de France, Paris, Saturday November 10, 9:05pm local, Sunday 7:05am AEDT
France coach Jacques Brunel confirmed predictions of two surprise selections by naming Arthur Iturria at flanker and Clermont teammate Damian Penaud on the left wing for their Test against South Africa in Paris on Saturday.
Iturria, 24, has played at lock in all three of his previous France games but has been pulled back a notch by Brunel following a recent switch of position at his Top 14 club.
Iturria's last cap for France came against Scotland at the Six Nations last February, when he was one of several partygoers from the France team sidelined from the squad.
The 22-year-old Penaud will make his first France appearance since playing against Japan in November 2017. In his previous five appearances he played at centre but, having played five of his seven Top 14 matches so far this season on the wing, will follow suit against South Africa.
His inclusion comes in spite of some fine performances at centre this season from Stade Francais' Gael Fickou, who has often played on the wing for France.
South African lock forward Eben Etzebeth will miss Saturday's one-off Test against France after failing to recover from an ankle injury.
Etzebeth will be replaced by Franco Mostert, one of three changes announced by coach Rassie Erasmus to the side that lost 12-11 in controversial fashion at Twickenham.
Fullback Willie le Roux and scrumhalf Faf de Klerk also come into the starting XV in place of Damian Willemse and Ivan van Zyl.
Etzebeth was injured during the defeat at Twickenham and initially ruled out of the Paris game only for Erasmus to raise the possibility on Monday that the 27-year-old may be fit after all.
In the end, the Bok coach erred on the side of caution.
"We believe it would be better not to rush Eben back as we still have two Tests left on the tour after the match against France'" said Erasmus.
Like new Gloucester recruit Mostert, Le Roux and de Klerk were not at Twickenham as the match fell outside the recognised international window and they were retained by their English clubs.
"I thought Damian and Ivan did very well last week against England but you need as much experience as possible playing away from home," said Erasmus.
Toulouse flanker Cheslin Kolbe, Saracens prop Vincent Koch and Bath backrower Francois Louw, all of whom were withheld by their clubs last weekend, come on to the bench.
France to face South Africa
1. Jefferson Poirot
2. Guilhem Guirado
3. Cedate Gomes Sa
4. Sebastien Vahaamahina
5. Yoann Maestri
6. Wenceslas Lauret
7. Louis Picamoles
8. Arthur Iturria
9. Baptiste Serin
10. Camille Lopez
11. Damian Penaud
12. Geoffrey Doumayrou
13. Mathieu Basteraud
14. Teddy Thomas
15. Maxime Medard
16. Camille Chat
17. Danny Priso
18. Rabah Slimani
19. Paul Grabrillagues
20. Mathieu Babillot
21. Antoine Dupont
22. Anthony Belleau
23. Gael Fickou
South Africa to face France
IN: Franco Mostert, Faf de Klerk, Willie le Roux, Vincent Koch, Francois Louw, Cheslin Kolbe
OUT: Eben Etzebeth, Ivan van Zyl, Damian Willemse, Wilco Louw, Lood de Jager, Andre Esterhuizen
1. Steven Kitshoff (DHL Western Province, 34, 5 - 1t)
2. Malcolm Marx (Xerox Golden Lions, 21, 20 - 4t)
3. Frans Malherbe (DHL Western Province, 26, 0)
4. Pieter-Steph du Toit (DHL Western Province, 43, 20 - 4t)
5. Franco Mostert (Gloucester, England, 26, 5 - 1t)
6. Siya Kolisi (captain, DHL Western Province, 38, 25 - 5t)
7. Duane Vermeulen (Unattached, 43, 15 - 3t)
8. Warren Whiteley (Xerox Golden Lions, 22, 15 - 3t)
9. Faf de Klerk (Sale Sharks, England, 20, 15 - 3t)
10. Handré Pollard (Vodacom Blue Bulls, 36, 299 - 3t, 55c, 55p, 3d)
11. Aphiwe Dyantyi (Xerox Golden Lions, 10, 30 - 6t)
12. Damian de Allende (DHL Western Province, 34, 20 - 4t)
13. Jesse Kriel (Vodacom Blue Bulls, 37, 50 - 10t)
14. Sbu Nkosi (Cell C Sharks , 4, 15 - 3t)
15. Willie le Roux (Wasps, England, 50, 60 - 12t)
16. Bongi Mbonambi (DHL Western Province, 23, 10 - 2t)
17. Thomas du Toit (Cell C Sharks, 6, 0)
18. Vincent Koch (Saracens, England, 10, 0)
19. RG Snyman (Vodacom Blue Bulls, 9, 0)
20. Francois Louw (Bath Rugby, England, 62, 45 - 9t)
21. Embrose Papier (Vodacom Blue Bulls, 5, 0)
22. Elton Jantjies (Xerox Golden Lions, 30, 223 - 2t, 42c, 43p)
23. Cheslin Kolbe (Toulouse, France, 4, 10 - 2t)
SCOTLAND vs FIJI
Murrayfield, Edinburgh, Saturday November 10, 2:30pm local, Sunday 1:30am AEDT
Stuart Hogg has completed a remarkable recovery from ankle surgery to be named in the Scotland starting line-up to face Fiji on Saturday.
The Glasgow back has not played since damaging ligaments in the Warriors' clash with Munster in September.
It was feared he would sit out the entire autumn series after he was initially ruled out for 10 to 12 weeks.
However, head coach Gregor Townsend has decided to throw him straight back into action after naming a much-changed side to take on the Pacific Islanders at Murrayfield following last weekend's defeat to Wales.
Hogg's return is one of nine changes to the team which suffered a 21-10 defeat in Cardiff, with scrum-half Greig Laidlaw back to skipper the side and Racing 92 star stand-off Finn Russell also recalled.
Scotland to face Fiji
IN: Sam Skinner, Greig Laidlaw, Finn Russell, Sean Maitland, Stuart Hogg, Josh Strauss, Chris Harris
OUT: Ben Toolis, Ali Price, Lee Jones, Huw Jones, Hamish Watson, Blair Kinghorn, Darcy Graham
1. Allan Dell
2. Fraser Brown
3. WP Nel
4. Sam Skinner
5. Grant Gilchrist
6. Ryan Wilson
7. Jamie Ritchie
8. Matt Fagerson
9. Greig Laidlaw
10. Finn Russell
11. Sean Maitland
12. Pete Horne
13. Alex Dunbar
14. Tommy Seymour
15. Stuart Hogg
16. Stuart McInally
17. Alex Allan
18. Simon Berghan
19. Jonny Gray
20. Josh Strauss
21. George Horne
22. Adam Hastings
23. Chris Harris
Fiji to face Scotland
1. Campese Ma'afu
2. Samuel Matavesi
3. Manasa Saulo
4. Tevita Cavubati
5. Leone Nakawara
6. Dominiko Waqaniburotu
7. Peceli Yato
8. Villame Mata
9. Frank Lomani
10. Ben Volavola
11. Vereniki Goneva
12. Jale Vatubua
13. Semi Radradra
14. Metuisela Talebula
15. Setariki Tuicuvu
16. Mesulame Dolokoto
17. Eroni Mawi
18. Kalivati Tawake
19. Albert Tuisue
20. Semi Kunatani
21. Henry Seniloli
22. Aliferti Veitokani
23. Eroni Vasiteri
ITALY vs GEORGIA
Italy to face Georgia
IN: Andrea Lovotti, Leonardo Ghiraldini, Simone Ferrari, Alessandro Zanni, Dean Budd, Sebastian Negri,Jake Polledri, Tommaso Castello, Luca Bigi, Tiziano Pasquali
OUT: Nicola Quaglio, George Biagi, Renato Giammarioli, Giulio Bisegni, Oliviero Fabiani, Giousue Zilocchi, Federico Ruzza, Marco Lazzaroni, Jimmy Tuivalti, Ian McKinley
1. Andrea Lovotti (Zebre Rugby Club, 27 Caps)*
2. Leonardo Ghiraldini (Stade Toulousian, 96 Caps) – Capitano
3. Simone Ferrari (Benetton Rugby, 14 Caps)
4. Alessandro Zanni (Benetton Rugby, 106 Caps)
5. Dean Budd (Benetton Rugby, 13 Caps)
6. Sebastian Negri (Benetton Rugby, 9 Caps)
7. Jake Polledri (Gloucester Rugby, 3 Caps)
8. Abraham Jurgens Steyn (Benetton Rugby, 22 Caps)
9. Tito Tebaldi (Benetton Rugby, 26 Caps)
10. Tommaso Allan (Benetton Rugby, 40 Caps)
11. Mattia Bellini (Zebre Rugby Club, 15 Caps)*
12. Tommaso Castello (Zebre Rugby Club, 12 Caps)
13. Michele Campagnaro (Svincolato, 35 Caps)*
14. Tommaso Benvenuti (Benetton Rugby, 52 Caps)*
15. Luca Sperandio (Benetton Rugby, 3 Caps)*
16. Luca Bigi (Benetton Rugby, 12 Caps)
17. Cherif Traore (Benetton Rugby, 2 Caps)*
18. Tiziano Pasquali (Benetton Rugby, 10 Caps)
19. Marco Fuser (Benetton Rugby, 30 Caps)*
20. Johan Meyer (Zebre Rugby Club, 1 Cap)
21. Guglielmo Palazzani (Zebre Rugby Club, 25 Caps)
22. Carlo Canna (Zebre Rugby Club, 30 Caps)
23. Luca Morisi (Benetton Rugby, 17 Caps)*
Georgia to face Italy
1. Mikheil Nariashvili
2. Jaba Bregvadze
3. Dudu Kubriashvili
4. Nodar Tcheishvili
5. Lasha Lomidze
6. Otar Giorgadze
7. Giorgi Tsutskiridze
8. Beka Gorgadze
9. Vasil Lobzhanidze
10. Lasha Khmaladze
11. Zurab Dzneladze
12. Tamaz Mtchedlidze
13. Merab Sharikadze
14. Giordi Koshadze
15. Soso Matiashvili
16. Shalva Mamukashvili
17. Zurab Zhvania
18. Levan Chilachava
19. Shalva Sutiashvili
20. Beka Bitsadze
21. Gela Aprasidze
22. Lasha malaghuradze
23. Giorgi Kveladze