George Ford has been restored at fly-half for England's World Cup semi-final against New Zealand at International Stadium Yokohama on Saturday.
Ford was named on the bench for the last-eight rout of Australia but will now act as playmaker in chief for the biggest match of the Eddie Jones era.
Henry Slade must settle for a place on the bench to accommodate Ford with Owen Farrell and Manu Tuilagi forming the centre combination.
Jones sprang a major surprise by dropping Ford against the Wallabies but the decision was vindicated by a four-try demolition that resulted in the departure of coach Michael Cheika.
The Leicester fly-half was in superb form until his demotion to the bench and Jones has reverted to the twin playmaker option that has otherwise served him well during the World Cup and its build-up.
It is the only change to the starting XV with George Kruis unable to dislodge Courtney Lawes from the second row.
Jonny May has recovered from the hamstring problem sustained against Australia to continue on the left wing, but Jack Nowell has been unable to shake off the same injury and so misses out.
An additional change to the bench sees Mark Wilson given the opportunity to add to his solitary World Cup appearance against the USA after dislodging Lewis Ludlam.
Saracens number eight Billy Vunipola will win his 50th cap as part of a back row that includes Tom Curry and Sam Underhill.
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England: Daly; Watson, Tuilagi, Farrell (capt), May; Ford, Youngs; M Vunipola, George, Sinckler, Itoje, Lawes, Curry, Underhill, B Vunipola.
Replacements: Cowan-Dickie, Marler, Cole, Kruis, Wilson, Heinz, Slade, Joseph.
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