Up front James Littlehales takes over from Ken Owens as hooker and Will Jones comes in at lock in place of Sam Wahdan. No 8 Adam Powell takes over the captaincy from prop Craig Mitchell. On the replacements bench, all seven played during the Scotland game, in which wing Darren Daniel and replacement centre Jonathan Spratt scored tries and fly half Gareth Williams-Davies landed a conversion.
England coach Tosh Askew has stated: "The Wales game is always a very physical test and a good indicator of how successful the season could be."
Wales Under 19: Aaron Bramwell (Ospreys/Swansea); Darren Daniel (Scarlets/Llanelli), Tom Cheesman (Dragons/Bath), Aaron Hopkins (Exiles, vice-captain), Michael Davies (Scarlets/Llangennech); Gareth Williams-Davies (Blues/Rumney), Martin Roberts (Ospreys/Neath); Nicky Downs (Dragons/Caerphilly), James Littlehales (Ospreys/Mumbles), Craig Mitchell (Ospreys/Neath), Bradely Davies (Blues/Beddau), Will Jones (Blues/St Peter's), Will Waldron (Exiles/Newport), Stuart Phillips (Scarlets/Carmarthen Quins), Adam Powell (Blues/Cardiff, captain)
Replacements: Ken Owens (Scarlets/Carmarthen Ath), Richard Wilkes (Dragons/Bedwas), James Connors (Blues/Glamorgan Wanderers), Roy Jones (Ospreys/Swansea), Ben Lewis (Ospreys/Mumbles), Jonathan Spratt (Ospreys/Neath Ath), Tom Dickins (Blues/Rumney)