And with the tough prospect of matches against Southern Hemisphere heavyweights this summer, Davies - who combines his head coach role with WRU National Academy Manager - insists this match is invaluable to the team's progression.
He said: "We are really looking forward to playing England at Cross Keys. They are always tough opposition and that's what we want, not only at Under 20 level but for all our pathway teams going forward.
"We will face New Zealand, Fiji and Samoa at the Junior World Championship in June, all of whom will provide a massive physical challenge and we will need to be very well prepared. Playing England will be an important part of that preparation."
"After the Six Nations, the players have gone back to their clubs and Regions for six weeks before we meet up for a week-long camp and the England game. All we can ask of our players during this period is that they give their all for their clubs and Regions.
"We are still in the final stages of finalising our 26 man squad for the Junior World Championship so all performances count at this time."