• Grandson of cricketing great Sir Ian keeps place in back row
  • Lloyd Williams makes first Wales start for four years

James Botham – grandson of cricket great Sir Ian Botham – retains his place in the back row for Wales and will face England in Saturday’s Autumn Nations Cup clash.

Cardiff Blues scrum-half Lloyd Williams will make his first Wales start for four years while the back row will be missing Justin Tipuric and Josh Navidi.

Related: George Ford back for England v Wales battle in only change from Ireland romp

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Source: Rugby – The Guardian