Cumbrian star Jamie Blamire has again been named as a replacement as England prepare to face Australia.

The Newcastle Falcons hooker will be hoping for another outing after scoring five tries in his first three international appearances.

Blamire, from Seaton, came off the bench to score a try in last weekend’s heavy victory over Tonga.

Head coach Eddie Jones yesterday confirmed the 23-year-old will have a similar role against the Wallabies at Twickenham on Saturday.

The west Cumbrian has enjoyed an impressive start to life in an England jersey.

He scored on his debut against the USA this summer, following that with a hat-trick against Canada.

Those displays earned the former Seaton Rangers player a call-up for the Autumn series, with Blamire featuring in last Saturday’s 69-3 thrashing of Tonga.

Jones, meanwhile, recalled captain Owen Farrell to the side at inside centre for tomorrow’s game.

Henry Slade remains at outside centre, with Marcus Smith starting at fly half.

Jonny May and Manu Tuilagi are on the wings, Freddie Steward at full-back and Ben Youngs scrum half, while Maro Itoje will make his 50th appearance for England.

“We know this will be a tough test for us, we’re playing against a team who have been together a while and who have beat the world champions twice,” Jones said.

“As an Australian I know how much this game means.

“We’ve had a really good week of preparation, we’re looking to improve our performance this week and I think this side is building well.”

In an unchanged forward pack, Itoje is joined by lock Jonny Hill, hooker Jamie George and props Ellis Genge and Kyle Sinckler.

Courtney Lawes stays at blind-side flanker, Sam Underhill is open-side flanker and Tom Curry is at No.8.

Bevan Rodd and Raffi Quirke could make their England debuts after being named as finishers, with Blamire, Will Stuart, Charlie Ewels, Alex Dombrandt, Sam Simmonds and Max Malins making up the rest of the bench as replacements.

Kick-off is 5.30pm with the game live on Amazon Prime Sport and TalkSPORT. England then face South Africa next weekend.