EDDIE Jones will name his England squad for this summer's tests against USA, Canada and Scotland 'A' tomorrow, but how many Worcester players will be included?

The two front runners, quite obviously, are Ollie Lawrence and Ted Hill.

Lawrence has been a regular fixture for Jones since last autumn but is yet to really announce himself on the international scene in what has been a rather average England side in the last six months.

He will benefit from some fresh faces in the squad as the majority of the England first team will be on British and Irish Lions duty this summer. There is a potential for him to be playing outside Marcus Smith at fly-half and in a midfield with Henry Slade, which should allow him to get his hands on the ball more than he has during his handful of appearances.

As for Hill, the Worcester captain has taken his game to new levels in the last few months and has stood out in what has been a bitterly disappointing season for the team on the whole.

Hill has not played for his country since he earned his first cap against Japan at Twickenham back in 2018 but has often been involved in Jones' squads, without being played again.

He was left out of this year's Six Nations squad but since then, Hill seems to have noticeably stepped up with his individual performances.

Hill explained a few months ago that he had held positive conversations with the England head coach, who told him he needed to have more 'key' touches on the ball.

The 22-year-old has scored in both of Warriors' last two games, including that solo effort at home to Leicester Tigers and despite playing at second-row last weekend vs Newcastle, he still had plenty of impact on the match.

besides those two, I don't think there are many others that will be in Jones' thinking but with the England 'A' side featuring again, you could make a case for Jamie Shillcock potentially being involved

Jones was at the game between Falcons and Worcester last Saturday and, although it was a poor afternoon for Worcester, he will have been impressed by Shillcock.

The full-back has had a consistent run of games for the club following the injury to Melani Nanai in January and has been up there with Hill as one of Warriors' most impressive performers this campaign.

He has shown he has all the attributes to play 15; excellent kicking game, safe under the high ball and as we saw against Sale Sharks, can counter attack and score tries.

The 23-year-old has often spoken of his frustration at not quite nailing down a starting role whilst at the club, partly due to never really knowing what his best position is.

In his six-year stay he has played at scrum-half, fly-half and full-back but now it finally looks like he has found his best position and looks to be thriving with more game time.

With Elliot Daly and Anthony Watson with the Lions, full-back is a position where there is scope for some players to be given a go with England, especially in the England 'A' team that will play Scotland.