Sport Wing Jack Nowell will make his debut against France

Stuart Lancaster has selected a back-line with just 91 caps between them which includes debutants Nowell and Burrell

Cory Allen, pictured during this year's Hong Kong Sevens, has been called up to face Argentina

Wales v Argentina: Sam Warburton pleased to see Cory Allen 'chucked in at the deep end'

Cardiff Blues man will make his debut against Argentina at outside centre due to an injury to Jonathan Davies

<b>1. Joe Marler - 14 caps</b>
<br/>The prop came through a midweek concussion test to take his place in the starting line-up, and his fitness is a major boost for Lancaster who is already without the influential Alex Corbisiero and Mako Vunipola.

England v New Zealand: Stuart Lancaster names XV to face the World Champions

A look at the side which will line-up against the 2011 World Cup winners at Twickenham on Saturday

Wales Number Eight Toby Faletau attempts to break the tackle of the South African defence

Wales v Argentina: Toby Faletau happy to buck the trend after rejecting France approach to remain with the Newport Gwent Dragons

Wales centre Jonathan Davies was the latest to announce a move across the channel earlier this week but Faletau will remain in Wales until at least 2016

The Sport Matrix: Thursday 14 November 2013

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Alex Corbisiero’s knee injury has added to England’s front-row problems

England v New Zealand: Front-row crisis as Alex Corbisiero is ruled out of Twickenham showdown with All Blacks

Knee trouble sees loose-head prop join fellow front-rowers Mako Vunipola and Joe Marler on the casualty list

Joe Marler is suffering from a concussion

England face headache over Joe Marler concussion

Forget the scrummaging machine and the midfield playbook; make way for the stethoscope, the thermometer and the neurocognitive assessment kit. This weekend’s “vengeance match” between England and New Zealand already has the makings of a medical drama as well as a sporting one, with the home camp expressing concern over the concussion suffered by the loose-head prop Joe Marler during the victory over Argentina three days ago and the tourists taking every anti-virus precaution under the sun.

Mako Vunipola

England v New Zealand: Mako Vunipola to miss Twickenham clash with knee injury

Despite suffering a concussion, Joe Marler may be fit to face the All Blacks

Brett Ferres (C) of England celebrates his try with team mates Leroy Cudjoe (L) and Ryan Hall during the Rugby League World Cup Group A match against Fiji

England 34 Fiji 12 match report: World Cup victory secured after tough start

Runners-up sport in Group A now assured

South Africa celebrate a try as George North of Wales looks dejected

Wales 15 South Africa 24 match report: Wales fail once again to beat South Africa

Warren Gatland's team lose four players to injury before half-time as South Africa prove too strong

Take that: Dylan Hartley celebrates as Joe Launchbury claims the first of England’s four tries

England v Argentina: Stuart Lancaster still has decisions to make on crucial positions

England's coach needs a settled spine to his team for the coming challenge but questions remain over the No 9

Billy Twelvetrees, center, tries to get past Argentina's Juan Jose Imhoff, left, during their autumn international rugby match at Twickenham

England player ratings: Who is ready to face the big challenge?

Who stepped up and who underachieved against Argentina at Twickenham

Leigh Halfpenny says: 'We really need to put out a statement' as they take on southern hemisphere teams

Wales v South Africa: Leigh Halfpenny stays humble despite winning ‘Oscar’

As of Monday, Leigh Halfpenny is officially the world’s greatest rugby player, duly crowned at the sport’s equivalent of the Oscars in Paris. He is also quite possibly the most unassuming.

Round-up: Scots wary of Japan recapturing Tokyo form

Scotland lock Alastair Kellock believes extra competition from within the squad and the growing strength of this afternoon’s opponents Japan mean every player in dark blue will need to be at their best at Murrayfield.

Dylan Hartley will return to the England team for the Test against Argentina

England v Argentina: Stuart Lancaster overhauls front-row while Marland Yarde and Christian Wade ruled out through injury

Ben Foden comes in on the left wing as Joe Marler, Dylan Hartley and David Wilson form new front-three

Christian Wade may be recalled for England

Autumn internationals: Sheer class of winger Christian Wade leads to call up

Lancaster will freshen up England side with Ashton, Youngs and Cole due to be rested

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