Britain manager Eddie Jones feels the team for the 6 Nations opener against Ireland may be the strongest he has selected in his period in charge.
The Vunipola siblings and Joe Launchbury happen to be among all those to return following lacking the November Tests.
While the loves Dylan Hartley and Chris Robshaw are unavailable, the England trainer is buoyed by an absence of accidental injuries.
“We include usually experienced very good squads but this kind of is generally most likely our most powerful squad.
“We own been blessed that we own the number of our older players again.
“Having men like Billy and Mako and Paul Launchbury and Ellis Genge again in the ahead provides to the firepower.”
Whilst Jones provides resisted the desire to widely test with the World Cup emerging, the Aussie has called four uncapped players inside the 35- man group, in the form of forwards Jack Singleton and Ben Earl and back Dan Robson and Ollie Thorley.
“They all possess the potential to try out Test soccer,” Jones added.
“Singleton and Earl we contain had inside the staff recently, Thorley is certainly a youthful person who also gives arrive away from the atmosphere. This individual could be a large, solid person, he is unquestionably fearless, works hard and features superb speed and good forestalling abilities.
Robson continues to be specific the jerk more than England’s the majority of capped scrum-half Danny Care, with the Wasps half-back collection to help to make his first appearance in Dublin.
“Robson can be somebody we all have been seeking in for a while,” very well Jones stated.
“He is usually a will-of-the-wisp type half-back. He is certainly contending straight with Danny Care for a place in the part.
“Danny simply needs to be at his best. It can up to him to end up being at his greatest, of course, if he proceeds to become at his best, we understand this individual is normally a great participant and he could discover him self returning inside the group.”