Wales boss Warren Gatland warned his side not to be lured into a false sense of security by England's misfiring attack during the autumn internationals.
Without the likes of Delon Armitage, Martin Johnson’s men managed just one try in three Tests in November and they suffered a further blow when centre Riki Flutey was ruled out on Friday because of a thigh injury.
But with Mathew Tait and Toby Flood picked as a centre combination over some of England’s heavy midfield hitters, Gatland believes the Red Rose contingent will be sent out with instructions to entertain.
He said: “Martin has been hit by limited choices because of a number of injuries.
“Martin's been in the role for a while. He’s been hit by limited choices because of a number of injuries.
“But he has a strong squad to pick from this time and it looks like he's chosen an attacking side or a side that has the ability to attack.
"Because he's been in the post for a while, he'll be looking to start moving his game on and developing England's rugby.”