With Stuart Lancaster having now confirmed his England squad for the Six Nations we look at which team is likely to take to the field in Cardiff;
Marler is expected to retain his place after a series of solid appearances during the Autumn Internationals.
With Rob Webber dropping to the Saxons it seems inevitable Hartley will once again start for England.
A lack of playing time for Dan Cole couples with Wilson’s good form mean he’s likely to be given a start once more.
Lancaster has always been an admirer of Parling and in the absence of Lawes and Launchbury will be key.
Attwood has been back up to England’s first choice second row for some time so will be given chance to step up.
The expectation is that England will stick with their tried and tested back row which obviously includes Wood.
As England captain Robshaw is pretty much the first name on the team sheet whenever fit so will start.
With Ben Morgan injured it’s likely Vunipola will once again wear the England number 8 shirt in his absence.
With Ben Youngs failing to progress in his absence, it’s likely Care will take back the number nine shirt.
Ford laid down a marker during the Autumn Internationals and is likely to be given another chance to perform.
May has been a regular on the England wing for some time now and will likely continue as such for the time being.
The reports are suggesting Burrell is likely to be given a chance during the Six Nations to prove his worth.
It is also widely believed Barritt will partner Burrell in the centres, although he could play inside of the Northampton man,
Nowell has returned to the squad instead of Marland Yarde and looks likely to regain his place on the wing.
With Ben Foden out injured Brown is likely to continue as England’s full back throughout the Six Nations.
Do you think this selection would be too conservative?