Charlie Sharples will switch to the left wing for England to compensate for the return of Chris Ashton against Australia at Twickenham on Saturday.
Ashton returns from his ban in the only change while the Gloucester speedster keeps his spot following a two-try burst against Fiji last week with Ugo Monye sent back to Harlequins in midweek.
Sharples wins his fourth cap for his country at a sold out home of rugby with head coach Stuart Lancaster hoping by keeping more or less the same team, it will improve performance.
He said: "To select 23 from a squad of 30 plus who have trained so well, with such intensity and focus, was difficult but it's a good position to be in.
"The "team first" mentality of all our squad has impressed us greatly.
"We were pleased with lots of aspects of our performance last week, but we know we need to improve this week and, by having some consistency in selection, we allow those players to demonstrate we can step up to the next level against what will be a very tough Australian side.
"The crowd at Twickenham last week were brilliant and we can't wait to get back there this Saturday and take part in what I am sure will be a very exciting Test match."
Squad: Alex Goode; Chris Ashton, Manusamoa Tuilagi, Brad Barritt, Charlie Sharples; Toby Flood, Danny Care; Joe Marler, Tom Youngs, Dan Cole; Tom Palmer, Geoff Parling; Tom Johnson, Chris Robshaw, Thomas Waldrom. Replacements: David Paice, David Wilson, Mako Vunipola, Joe Launchbury, Tom Wood, Ben Youngs, Owen Farrell, Mike Brown.