Thomas Castaignede is named at full-back pending a late fitness test but f he cannot play, then Matt Burke will start at full-back and Breyton Paulse (Western Province/RSA) will come onto the bench.
Veteran England prop Jason Leonard, rugby union's most-cappedplayer of all-time with 114 appearances - will start for the Barbarians in whatis set to be the 35-year-old Harlequins forward's final appearance as aplayer at headquarters.
England coach Clive Woodward, will be without those players involved in the Bath v Wasps, Premiership final and and the precedingwildcard play-off match involving Leicester and Sale, and he has opted for anexperimental side.
Front row forward Mark Regan, is the only member of Woodward'sWorld Cup-winning squad in the England side and the Leeds hookerwas not in the starting line-up for the final against the Wallabies in Sydney.
However for the likes of uncapped flanker Hugh Vyvyan, who leads the side on Sunday, this match against an all-star Barbarians teamis the perfect opportunity to show Woodward exactly how good he and his colleagues are. "This a huge opportunity for all of the players to show whatthey're made of. It's a very young squad and all of us are out to show what we cando on the big stage," Vyvyan said.
In their last outing the touring side were held scoreless by Wales, losing 42-0.
Barbarians: Thomas Castaignede (Saracens/Fra); Shane Horgan (Leinster/Irl),Brian
England: Michael Horak (London Irish); Paul Sackey (London Irish), JamieNoon (Newcastle), Kevin Sorrell (Saracens), Marcel Garvey (Gloucester);Dave Walder (Newcastle), Nick Walshe (Sale); Hugh Vyvyan (Newcastle, capt), AndyHazell (Gloucester) Dan Hyde (Leeds); Alex Brown (Gloucester), Mark Cornwell (Gloucester); Robbie Morris (Northampton), Mark Regan (Leeds), MikeWorsley (Harlequins). Replacements: Chris Fortey (Gloucester), Jon Dawson (Harlequins),Peter Buxton (Gloucester), Darren Fox (Northampton) Hall Charlton(Newcastle), Tom May (Newcastle), Dan Scarbrough (Leeds)