Flanker Mark Wilson has kept hold of his place in England's 33-man squad, ahead of Sunday's Test against Wales.

The Cumbrian, who joined Sale Sharks on loan from recently-relegated Newcastle Falcons this summer, is today selected among Eddie Jones' forwards as England's build-up to the Rugby World Cup continues.

With no new players added to the squad following England’s 12-day training camp in Treviso, Italy, Mike Brown, Alex Dombrandt, Ben Spencer and Ben Te’o are not included in this week’s squad.

England will play Wales (Sunday, 2pm kick-off) and Ireland (August 24) at Twickenham Stadium and Italy (September 6) in Newcastle as part of the Quilter Internationals as well as an away fixture against Wales (August 17) in Cardiff.

"We have worked hard and now move into a four-game preparation phase where the development of the team tactically is paramount. We are grateful for the strong opposition to test our game fitness," Jones said on England Rugby's website.

"By the time we fly out on September 8, we will be ready to win the Rugby World Cup. We are not there yet, but we have four games to get ready.

"Players excluded from being involved in this camp are naturally disappointed but may get another opportunity, so they must be ready."

Jones' team will begin their Rugby World Cup campaign in Japan against Tonga in Sapporo on September 22, before playing USA Rugby in Kobe (September 26), Argentina in Tokyo (October 5) and France in Yokohama (October 12).

Penrith-born Will Addison also is still with the Ireland squad, ahead of their Test against Italy on Saturday.

Addison qualifies for Ireland through his County Fermanagh mother.