Super Sunday – Short and Kvesic start

England U20 Head Coach Rob Hunter has made one change to the starting XV that comprehensively beat Italy 74-3 when his side takes on France this Super Sunday at Sixways (kick-off 3.15pm) – with Worcester duo Andy Short and Matt Kvesic both starting on home soil!

London Irish lock Keiran Low comes in for Exeter Chiefs' Addison Lockley and there are also changes on the bench.
Gloucester's Koree Britton replaces Exeter Chiefs' Luke Cowan-Dickie who joins back up with the U18 squad as they prepare to take on Italy in Sale.

London Wasps scrum half Jonah Holmes takes the place of Gloucester's Dan Robson who is unavailable and the final change sees Charlie Walker from Harlequins come in for London Irish centre Guy Armitage who was injured against Italy.

Much like the seniors, England U20 put their unbeaten 6 Nations record on the line in Worcester and after victories against Wales and Italy in their opening games, Hunter is keen to keep the confidence flowing.

“France will be tough,” he said. “They've won two from two, like us, and will come here wanting to win. We’ve got to where we are due to the hard work we’ve put in during the camps but we’re going to have to build on that when we play France. We've got momentum and that shouldn't be overlooked.”

Hunter's men head the bill at Sixways as table-topping Championship club Worcester play host to a tantalising treble of matches. England U20 Women face their French counterparts at 11am before the Senior Women side also plays France, kicking off at 1.05pm. The England U20 match will be live on the Sky Sports 3 red button.

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England U20 team to face France:

15 Ben Ransom (Saracens)
14 Andy Short (Worcester Warriors)
13 Elliot Daly (London Wasps)
12 Ryan Mills (Gloucester Rugby)
11 Jamie Elliott (Northampton Saints)
10 George Ford (Leicester Tigers)
9 Chris Cook (Bath Rugby)

1 Mako Vunipola (Bristol Rugby)
2 Mike Haywood (Northampton Saints)
3 Will Collier (Harlequins)
4 Kieran Low (London Irish)
5 Charlie Matthews (Harlequins)
6 Matt Kvesic (Worcester Warriors)
7 Matt Everard (Leicester Tigers)
8 Alex Gray (C) (Newcastle Falcons)

Replacements:
16 Rob Buchanan (Harlequins)
17 Koree Britton (Gloucester Rugby)
18 Addison Lockley (Exeter Chiefs)
19 Ollie Stedman (Leeds Carnegie)
20 Jonah Holmes (London Wasps)
21 Christian Wade (London Wasps)
22 Charlie Walker (Harlequins)