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But the Glasgow starlet will make his return against an England front row which impressed against France last weekend, while Mitch Eadie comes into the second row in place of Mitchell Todd.
Former British and Irish Lion Wright admitted his side would be up against it but called on them to embrace the challenge of facing England.
“We’re going away from home to play a top-class team who are on a roll,” said Wright, who won 21 caps for Scotland.
“We’ve gone for a bit of bulk, because we know that England will be physical all over the park and that we’ll need to match that.
“We’re under no illusions about the task that’s ahead of us in Newbury.
“What we’ll be asking the players to do is view it as a great opportunity to pit themselves against the best in the championship, show the pride they have in playing for their country, and really dig in for one another.”
15 – Glenn Bryce (Heriot’s)
14 – Mike Doneghan (Glasgow Warriors/Stirling County)
13 – Mark Bennett (Glasgow Warriors/Ayr)
12 – Harry Leonard (Edinburgh/Boroughmuir)
11 – Kerr Gossman (Glasgow Warriors/Glasgow Hawks)
10 – Stuart Edwards (Stirling County)
9 – Jamie Stevenson (Westcombe Park)
1 – Robin Hislop (Edinburgh/Boroughmuir)
2 – David Cherry (Team Northumbria)
3 – George Hunter (Glasgow Warriors/Glasgow Hawks)
4 – Mitch Eadie (Filton College)
5 – Robert McAlpine (West of Scotland)
6 – Alex Spence (Heriot’s)
7 – Hamish Watson (Leicester Tigers)
8 – James Tyas (Bath)
16 – Richard Ferguson (Melrose)
17 – Nick Fraser (Boroughmuir)
18 – Andy Kirkland (Glasgow Hawks)
19 – Mitchell Todd (Nottingham)
20 – Duncan Finnie (Watsonians)
21 – James Munro (Edinburgh Accies)
22 – Sam Atkin (Edinburgh Accies)