Owen Farrell Heinz to make England debut as Roy Keane role revealed

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Willi Heinz will make his England debut against Wales on Sunday and is also installed as vice-captain despite his lack of Test experience.

Heinz has been given the stage to prove he deserves a place at this autumn’s World Cup after being picked as the starting scrum-half for the warm-up Test at Twickenham.

Ben Youngs, England’s first choice in the position, is included on the bench for a game that takes place 24 hours before Eddie Jones, who had former Republic of Ireland and Manchester United captain Roy Keane speak to the squad on Tuesday, finalises his 31-man squad for Japan 2019.

England hooker Jamie George had previously said that he has spoken to England ODI cricket captain Eoin Morgan, who comes from Dublin, about their journey from being knocked out in the pool stages of the 2015 World Cup to winners of this year’s event.  

Also winning his first cap is Ruaridh McConnochie, the Bath wing who followed up a fine spell in sevens with a strong finish to the Premiership season.

Lining up on the other wing is Test Lion Anthony Watson, who will be making his first appearance for England since damaging his Achilles at the end of the 2018 Six Nations.

Owen Farrell misses out altogether so George Ford starts at fly-half

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