WORCESTER Warriors' Ted Hill retains his place as England make three changes for their World Under 20 Championship fifth-place play-off on Saturday (2.30pm BST).

England face Wales in Rosario, Argentina, with Warriors prop Kai Owen dropping to the bench.

James Kenny comes in at loosehead while Tom Willis is at number eight and Luke James at inside centre.

Despite pool victories over Italy and Australia, England did not progress to the top four, having lost their opening game against Ireland.

Head coach Steve Bates' side were instead left to compete for fifth place, defeating Ireland in the semi-final to set up a clash with Wales.

Bates said: “This match is extremely important for us as a team. For personal pride and making sure we finish the tournament in a positive way.

"As a group this is our last as a team so it’s an opportunity to finish on a high, having won four out of five fixtures.

"The team will be excited to play against a very good Wales team.

“For the majority of the players this will be their final game in the pathway and I hope they’ve all enjoyed the experience.

"They have all bonded as a group. I hope they will remember this experience very fondly and finish with a positive win against Wales.”

England: de Glanville (Bath); Sleightholme (Northampton), Dingwall (Northampton), James (Sale), Hodge (Newcastle); Vunipola (Saracens), Maunder (Exeter); Kenny (Exeter), Capon (Bristol), Heyes (Leicester), Kpoku (Saracens), Coles (Northampton), Hill (Worcester), Hinkley (Gloucester), Willis (Wasps). Replacements: Dolly (Sale), Adkins (Gloucester), Petch (Exeter), Owen (Worcester), Tuima (Exeter), Capstick (Exeter), Fox (Yorkshire Carnegie), Seabrook (Gloucester), Hassell-Collins (London Irish), Doherty (Sale).