TWO Worcester Warriors talents are in the England under 18s side to face France in their opening game of the summer development tour of South Africa.

Full-back Nick David and second row James Scott will be involved as England open the U19 International Series tomorrow (1.15pm BST).

England head coach John Fletcher said: “Everyone is going to get a start in the first two games. That is what we do on this tour and throughout the season.

“I’m pretty keen to get those guys that haven’t played before on the pitch and get them into games as fast as we can.”

England have enjoyed an impressive season so far, most recently winning all of their games in April’s International Series in Wales.

But Fletcher said: “France will be a significant challenge.

"We try to play them as much as possible as they are the benchmark from a northern hemisphere point of view.

“Physically their boys tend to mature early and they are unpredictable in attack and defence so we are expecting a tough match.”

England landed in Cape Town on Monday before travelling to their training base in Stellenbosch and the squad have been put through their paces having last played together in April.

David attends Warwick School and Scott is at Malvern College.

Their Worcester club-mates Beck Cutting, who goes to Bromsgrove School, and Warwick School's Nick Rigby are on the bench.