Tommy Freeman
Freeman was in the starting line-up for both of England's victories over Australia in the summer
Venue: Twickenham Stadium Date: Saturday, 26 November Kick-off: 17:30 GMT
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Jack Nowell's place on the wing will be taken by Northampton's Tommy Freeman in England's match against South Africa.

After impressing on the summer tour of Australia, he only recently returned from a foot injury.

Ellis Genge and Jamie George have been dropped from the starting line up.

A third line-out jumper is added by Alex Cole at flanker.

The scrum-half is Jack van Poortvliet.

Eddie Jones said that they would light the crowd up.

We want to work hard on the pitch to make sure we have another great atmosphere like the one we had last week.

Some of the vulnerabilities New Zealand exposed for much of the match last weekend seem to have been addressed by the changes.

Nowell, who failed to make any ground with the ball in his hand, was targeted with cross-field kicks as he lined up against the taller Clarke

He is equally at home on the wing and full-back.

The England's pack came under a lot of pressure at the scrum.

The front row that started the Rugby World Cup final between South Africa and England will be the same as before.

Jones subsequently admitted that he should have opted for the scrummaging strength of Joe Marler ahead of Vunipola for that 32-12 defeat in Yokohama.

The back row has increased England's line-out options after the All Blacks game.

South Africa lost to Ireland and France before beating Italy.

With the match taking place outside of World Rugby's window for international action, some players based outside of South Africa have had to fulfill their club commitments.

Some of the stars of Japan are included in the strong line-up.

Farrell, Tuilagi, May, Smith, Van Poortvliet, George, Sinckler, Itoje, Hill, and Curry are included in the England squad.

Replacements: Genge, Ribbans, Youngs, and Nowell.