Cumbrian Jamie Blamire has been named among the replacements as England get their Autumn internationals under way this weekend.

The Newcastle Falcons hooker is in the squad for Saturday's game against Tonga.

Blamire's call-up to the squad for the series, which also includes games against Australia and South Africa, comes after the Seaton star impressed in his first international outings against the USA and Canada this summer.

Eddie Jones's side will see Manu Tuilagi will make his first England appearance since March 2020. Adam Radwan makes his second appearance on the right wing.

Blamire, among eight replacements, came off the bench to score within a minute of his England debut against America in July.

Speaking to The Mirror this week, Blamire said: “I couldn’t have imagined that in my wildest dreams.

“They were more team tries but it was a special day for me and my family.

“I was so full of emotions and was on cloud nine for three weeks afterwards. Couldn’t stop thinking about it. Didn’t want to stop thinking about it.”

Blamire has four England tries to his name already ahead of the Tonga test.

Kick-off on Saturday is 3.15pm, with England then hosting Australia the following Saturday before facing world champions South Africa on Saturday, November 20.