England Under 20 have made four changes to the side that beat Scotland 15-6 in their opening Six Nations game with Mark Jennings of Sale Sharks being named as one of the centres to face Ireland in Athlone on Friday night.
There are also two positional changes with Ben Howard switching from wing to full back and Luke Cowan-Dickie moving from loosehead prop to hooker.
England face an Ireland side who lost their opening game in Wales 17-15, but England Head Coach Rob Hunter is under no illusions as to the task in hand: "Ireland are always a tough side, particularly at home, we've had a good week and we're just looking forward to getting out there now," he said.
Captain Jack Clifford added: "We're a new group and learnt a lot from the game against Scotland. Focus is now on Ireland and we know that they'll be up for it, but we'll just focus on our processes and if we play to our potential then we know that we're a good side."
Keep up to date with the game on the RFU's Twitter feed, @Official_RFU, kick off 6.35pm in Athlone, Ireland.
England Under 20 starting XV to play Ireland
15 Ben Howard (Worcester Warriors)
14 Jack Arnott (Exeter Chiefs)
13 Mark Jennings (Sale Sharks)
12 Sam Hill (Exeter Chiefs)
11 Henry Purdy (Leicester Tigers)
10 Henry Slade (Exeter Chiefs)
16 Max Crumpton (Saracens)
17 Nathan Morris (London Wasps)
18 Danny Herriott (Northampton Saints)
19 Tom Jubb (Saracens)
20 Harry Wells (Leicester Tigers)
21 Nathan Fowles (Sale Sharks)
22 Will Hooley (Northampton Saints)
23 Tom Collins (Northampton Saints)