Wales Women's head coach Rhys Edwards believes his side is back on track in terms of objectives and is confident his side can emulate last year's achievement by beating England for a second consecutive year.
The side are looking to make history by beating England away for the first time.
The side have had to make a late change to their line-up - Sioned Harries has withdrawn due to illness.
The No8 will be replaced by Alisha Butchers with the Scarlets back row's position on the bench now being filled by Dragons centre Gemma Rowland.
Wales Women v England, at Twickenham Stoop, Saturday 12 March, KO 6.05pm
15 Dyddgu Hywel (Scarlets / Pontyclun)
14 Bethan Dainton (Dragons / Bristol)
13 Hannah Jones (Scarlets / Penybanc)
12 Robyn Wilkins (Ospreys / Llandaff North)
11 Elen Evans (Scarlets / Caernarfon)
10 Elinor Snowsill (Dragons / Bristol)
9 Keira Bevan (Ospreys / Skewen);
1 Catrin Edwards (Scarlets / Llandaff North)
2 Carys Phillips (Ospreys / Skewen)
3 Megan York (Dragons / Ynysddu)
4 Rebecca Rowe (Dragons / Richmond)
5 Shona Powell-Hughes (Ospreys / Skewen)
6 Rachel Taylor (Dragons / Caernarfon - Captain)
7 Sian Williams (Dragons / Worcester)
8 Alisha Butchers (Penybanc / Scarlets
16 Amy Price (Ospreys / Skewen)
17 Cerys Hale (Dragons / Pontyclun)
18 Amy Evans (Ospreys / Skewen)
19 Siwan Lillicrap (Ospreys/ Skewen)
20 Gemma Rowland (Wasps / Dragons)
21 Mel Clay (Ospreys / Pencoed)
22 Kerin Lake (Ospreys/ Skewen)
23 Adi Taviner (Ospreys/ Skewen)