Hooker Benjamin Kayser is on the bench for France as they host Scotland on Saturday (3pm) with both sides looking for a first Six Nations win of the season.
Harry Ellis retains his place at scrum-half for England, winning his 24th cap, in the trip to Wales (Saturday 5.30pm) after scoring two tries in his comeback game against Italy at Twickenham last weekend. Tom Croft and Julian White are joined on the England bench by fly-half Toby Flood.
Martin Castrogiovanni is at tighthead prop for Italy in their home game against Ireland on Sunday (2.30pm). Geordan Murphy, who gained his 60th cap as a replacement last week’s win over France, is included on the Irish bench.
All Six Nations games are shown live on BBC television.
Will Hurrell starts a second successive game for England Under-20s as they face Wales at Bridgend on Friday (7.05pm), while teammate Greig Tonks is called in at centre after appearing from the bench in the opening win over Italy last Friday.
Ben Youngs has been recalled to the Tigers squad for the trip to London Wasps on Sunday, but he has been replaced by Academy scrum-half Sam Harrison who is named among the replacements.