Wales head coach Liza Burgess and assistant Rhys Edwards have selected a squad which has a mix of experience and youth. With five uncapped players on the bench, there is a distinct possibility that by the time the game is completed, 15 new players have represented their country.
With Burgess and Edwards also in charge of the international seniorteam, the players are fully aware they have a chance to catch the eye as this is the first opportunity they have with the next World Cup in mind.
The Welsh squad have trained hard over the last four weeks but realize theyhave a formidable challenge in front of them as England have already brushed aside Scotland and England this season.
Wales Rosie Fletcher (Gorseinon), Cerys Ballett (Cardiff Quins), Rachel Rees (Gorseinon), Rebecca de Filippo (Neath Athletic), Rhianydd Morgan (Neath Athletic), Yasmin Leung (UWIC), Joanne Jones (Cardiff Quins), Natalie Stone(Pontyclun), Carys Thomas (Pontyclun), Ffion Jones (Whitland), Alex Stokes (Neath Athletic), Delyth Davies (Neath Athletic), Sian Williams (Bath), NiaDavies (Whitland), Carys Phillips (Neath Atletic).
Replacements: Rhiannon Sheen de Jesus (UWIC), Chloe Howells (Whitland), Catherine Davies (Whitland), Catrin Rees (Carmarthen Quins), Kirsty Prosser(Gwernyfed), Jodie Evans (Kidwelly), Naomi Whybrow (Cross Keys).