Seven new faces for England
England head coach Stuart Lancaster has made seven change to the Elite Player Squad with James Haskell the biggest casualty.
Haskell was included in the starting XV for the third Test on England's tour of South Africa, with the match ending in a draw, and he has been included in the Saxons squad.
Lancaster has certainly not written off the forward's chances of featuring in the autumn internationals and insists that all 64 players involved in both squads could be called upon.
"Experience tells us that form and fitness will play a major role in selection prior to the internationals in November and December, and any of the players in the senior and Saxons squads could easily be involved," Lancaster said.
"We saw this in January when Geoff Parling came in as an injury replacement for Louis Deacon and has played every Test since.
"There is always movement which opens the door for players and I am sure next season will be no different."
David Strettle, Paul Doran-Jones and Ugo Monye follow Haskell into the Saxons squad while the seven new faces in the senior squad are Geoff Parling, Anthony Allen, Danny Care, Alex Goode, Jonathan Joseph, Thomas Waldrom and Tom Johnson.