Wales under-19's make seven changes from the lineup that began against the New Zealand Schools earlier this month when they take on their England counterparts at Twickenham on Wednesday (4.00pm).
After two good performances that both ended in narrow defeats - 23-22 to Australian Schools and 17-9 to New Zealand - Wales will look to repeat last February's 13-6 win at Llanelli over England.
Three of last season's winning squad are included with hooker Huw Bennett and lock Luke Charteris again in the starting lineup and Adam Yelland again as reserve hooker.
James Malpas and skipper Ioan Cunningham were in the Junior World Cup squad last season, along with Charteris and Bennett.
Here is the Squad in full. T Williams (Wellington Coll); D Tame (Cardiff), R Payne (Rhymney CS), L Thomas (New Coll), M Nuthall (Ynysybwl); M Jones (Neath Coll), R Wells (Christ Coll); I George (Newport), H Bennett (Swansea), N Williams (Llandovery), J Mills (Colston's), L Charteris (Newport), I Cunningham (Llanelli, capt), J Malpas (Cardiff), J Edwards (Rhydyfelen).
Replacements: N MacLeod (Cardiff), R Morgan (Aberavon), D Maddocks (Llanelli), I Ohlssen (Swansea), A Yelland (LLanelli), M Jones (Caernarfon), G Williams (Merthyr).
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Wales U20's Billy McBryde is looking forward to starting his first game against New Zealand this afternoon in the World Rugby U20 Championship where his side are looking to gain revenge from last week's pool defeat to the Kiwis.