Cumbria’s Mark Wilson has kept his place in the England side for their final Six Nations clash against Ireland.

Wilson was confirmed in the XV by head coach Eddie Jones for the game at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday (kick-off 4.45pm).

Newcastle Falcons’s former Penrith star will continue at blind-side flanker as England aim to follow up last weekend’s win over France with another victory in Dublin.

Jones has selected a largely unchanged 23 from that 23-20 victory at Twickenham.

One change to the side sees Elliot Daly come in at outside centre, as Henry Slade misses out with a calf injury.

Jones said: “This is our most important game of the tournament and we want to finish well.

“We’re anticipating a hard, tough game against Ireland and we’ve picked this team to cope with that. We want to take it to Ireland physically and play the rugby we want to play.”

England have no chance of the title but scrum-half Ben Youngs says the France performance was a sign of better things.

“We didn’t hit the straps that we should have done at the start of the tournament, but it’s been and gone now, there’s not a lot we can do about that,” he said.

“What is pleasing is that we showed what we’re about. We’ve got an opportunity to do it again.

“We’d love to be going to Dublin with something to win but we’ll still be there, fully committed and trying to build on what we did [against France].”

Saturday's game is on ITV 1 and BBC Radio 5 Live.