England make six changes
England have made six changes to their starting XV for the final Test with South Africa as they look to end the series on a high.
Defeats in Durban and Johannesburg mean that Saturday's third Test is a proverbial 'dead rubber' but it gives the England management a chance to look at different options in Port Elizabeth.
Coach Stuart Lancaster has recalled Danny Care, James Haskell, Tom Palmer and Alex Corbisiero, while Thomas Waldrom and Alex Goode will make their first starts for the Red Rose.
Both Ben Youngs and skipper Chris Robshaw have been ruled out through injury, with Care and Haskell taking their place, while Corbisiero has been given the nod over Joe Marler and Palmer replaces Mo Botha in the second row.
Ben Morgan's indifferent form sees him left out of the squad with Waldrom coming in at number eight while Ben Foden will switch to the wing in place of the benched David Strettle to allow Goode his first start at 15.
Saracens' star Goode has impressed with his attitude in training and for the Saxons and Lancaster was delighted to give him a chance to show what he can do.
"I am really pleased for Alex," he said. "He has worked hard in training and has been pushing Mike Brown and Ben Foden close so we are looking forward to him bringing his footballing skills to this Test."
England fought back well in the second half last week but ultimately came up short to concede the series and Lancaster is hoping that last week's replacements in the pack can keep up their good work from the first whistle at the weekend.
"We felt that the pack got some momentum in the second half last week so we have gone for Alex and Tom but I am sure Joe Marler and Mo Botha can make an impact from the bench," he added.
15 A Goode, 14 C Ashton, 13 J Joseph, 12 M Tuilagi, 11 B Foden, 10 T Flood, 9 D Care, 1 A Corbisiero, 2 D Hartley (capt), 3 D Cole, 4 T Palmer, 5 G Parling, 6 T Johnson, 7 J Haskell, 8 T Waldrom.
Replacements: 16 L Mears, 17 J Marler, 18 M Botha, 19 P Dowson, 20 L Dickson, 21 O Farrell, 22 B Barritt.