Harlequins forward Nick Easter will captain England in next Sunday's clash against the Barbarians at Twickenham.
Easter is among nine capped players included in the England side ahead of their two-Test tour of New Zealand.
A sizeable contingent from Leicester and Wasps were not considered due to Saturday's Guinness Premiership final between the clubs, while no Bath players are involved following their European Challenge Cup final victory last weekend.
Easter is joined in the England line-up by his Quins colleagues Will Skinner and David Strettle, while World Cup backs Mathew Tait and Toby Flood team up in midfield.
And there is also an opportunity at fly-half for Charlie Hodgson, who has an opportunity to press his claim for the number 10 shirt against the All Blacks in Auckland on June 14.
With Danny Cipriani and Jonny Wilkinson both recovering from operations, Hodgson could put himself in pole position with a commanding display against the Baa-Baas.
London Irish wing Topsy Ojo is the solitary uncapped player in the back division, but the only senior England internationals up front are Easter, Gloucester's Luke Narraway and Sale Sharks lock Chris Jones.
The front row is an untried combination of Nick Lloyd, David Paice and Jason Hobson, with highly-rated Northampton hooker Dylan Hartley having to be content with a place on the bench.
Hartley was on course to make England's World Cup squad last year, but a six-month ban for gouging dashed those hopes.
England head to New Zealand next month for Tests against the All Blacks in Auckland and Christchurch, and they will be looking for a solid performance this weekend.