RBS Six Nations | England v Italy | Twickenham | 9 March 2003 | 1500 GMT
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England continue their quest for an elusive Grand Slam with a home banker against Italy on Sunday in the RBS Six Nations.
New captain Jonny Wilkinson will be aiming for a big win
Italy, who had only won once before in the championship, may have shocked Wales in their opening match and they are an improving side.
But they should present little trouble for England, despite the hosts' less-than-impressive form this year.
England have failed to hit the heights they achieved during the November internationals, when they beat the Southern Hemisphere
But they have won both their matches, against France and Wales, so far.
With captain courageous Martin Johnson out injured, fly-half Jonny Wilkinson takes the England reins for the first time.
He will be playing with his third scrum-half in three matches as Matt Dawson replaces Kyran Bracken, while the other un-enforced change sees Mike Tindall return in the centre.
He will play at outside centre, with the in-form Will Greenwood moving inside in place of Charlie Hodgson.
England coach Clive Woodward also makes four changes because of injury.
In the forwards Danny Grewcock comes in for Johnson in the second row, while Joe Worsley comes into the back row for Neil Back.
In the backs Josh Lewsey will make his first home start in place of full-back Jason Robinson and James Simpson-Daniel takes over from Ben Cohen on the wing.
Despite missing 12 players England should prove too strong for the Italians, who will be without veteran fly-half Diego Dominguez.
Former All Black John Kirwan has got the Azzurri playing with more fire and passion, but they are still limited in a number of positions.
Big winning margin
In a way England are in a no-win situation.
If they win handsomely Italy will be written off as a poor side, but if they struggle to a narrow victory the disquiet that has followed England's two wins so far will grow louder.
The hosts should win by a bare minimum of 20 points, and if they can do it with a bit if style all-the-better, but England's biggest goal at the moment remains the Grand Slam.
And any victory is vital as they continue their march to the expected showdown away to Ireland in the last match of the championship.
England: Lewsey; Simpson-Daniel, Greenwood, Tindall, Luger; Wilkinson (capt), Dawson; Rowntree, Thompson, Morris, Grewcock, Kay, J Worsley, Hill, Dallaglio.
Replacements: Regan, M Worsley, Shaw, A Sanderson, Bracken, Hodgson, Smith.
Italy (from): Mu Bergamasco, Palmer, Castrogiovanni, De Carli, De Rossi, Festuccia, Bortolami, Bezzi, Persico, Phillips, Giacheri, Ongaro, Lo Cicero, Dallan, Martinez, Troncon, Raineri, Vaccari, Mi Bergamasco, Peens, Pez, Mazzucato, Mazzantini, Masi