That number dwarfs the contribution of other Guinness Premiership sides, with Gloucester the only other club to have more than one player included in the starting XV.
Corry continues to captain his country from the blindside flank and is joined in the back row by Moody who starts at openside. Kay is again chosen as one of three vice-captains, while Chuter and White start at hooker and tight-head prop respectively.
The front row features England's only change from last Sunday's 40-21 defeat to New Zealand, with Perpignan's Perry Freshwater coming in for Sale's Andrew Sheridan.
There are two new faces on the bench however, with Tigers fly-half Andy Goode being replaced by Newcastle's Toby Flood and Mark Van Gisbergen making way for Wasps clubmate Josh Lewsey.
England (v Argentina, Saturday, 2.30pm, Twickenham Stadium)
15 Iain Balshaw Gloucester Rugby
14 Paul Sackey London Wasps
13 Jamie Noon Newcastle Falcons
12 Anthony Allen Gloucester Rugby
11 Ben Cohen Northampton Saints
10 Charlie Hodgson Sale Sharks
9 Shaun Perry Bristol Rugby
1 Perry Freshwater Perpignan
2 George Chuter Leicester Tigers
3 Julian White Leicester Tigers
4 Danny Grewcock Bath Rugby
5 Ben Kay Leicester Tigers
6 Martin Corry Leicester Tigers (captain)
7 Lewis Moody Leicester Tigers
8 Pat Sanderson Worcester Warriors
16 Lee Mears Bath Rugby
17 Stuart Turner Sale Sharks
18 Tom Palmer London Wasps
19 Magnus Lund Sale Sharks
20 Pete Richards Gloucester Rugby
21 Toby Flood Newcastle Falcons
22 Josh Lewsey London Wasps