ENGLAND and Tonga have named their sides for their Autumn Nations Series clash at Twickenham on Saturday (3.15pm kick-off). 

Worcester Warriors' Sione Vailanu starts at number 8 for the islanders, who will play their second game of the autumn.

Tonga were beaten 60-14 by Scotland last weekend at BT Murrayfield but Vailanu was not eligible to play as the game fell outsdie of the international window.

The back-rower started for Warriors in their 27-14 win over Sale Sharks at Sixways instead but now returns to the national side for the game with Eddie Jones' England, who also announced their 23.

Owen Farrell will captain the side at fly half.
Tom Curry (No.8), Ellis Genge (loose-head prop) and Courtney Lawes (blind-side flanker) have been named England vice-captains for the Autumn Nations Series and are all starters against Tonga.
Manu Tuilagi makes his first appearance for England since March 2020, after coming back from injury, at inside centre and Henry Slade is outside centre.
Jonny May (left) and Adam Radwan (right), in his second England appearance, will be on the wings.  Freddie Steward is full back and Ben Youngs (scrum half) is set to earn his 110th cap for England.
Kyle Sinckler (tighthead) joins hooker Jamie George, alongside locks Maro Itoje and Jonny Hill to complete the tight-five, while Sam Underhill will be open-side flanker.
Alex Mitchell could make his England debut after being named among the finishers.  Elsewhere Jamie Blamire, Alex Dombrandt and Marcus Smith could add to the caps they achieved for the first time this summer.  Joe Marler, Will Stuart, Charlie Ewels and George Furbank make up the finishers.