England's rugby match against France in Hull will see Sam Tomkins return to the side, with the full-back hoping to become the nation's all-time top try-scorer.
Saturday's game at Craven Park, home of Super League club Hull Kingston Rovers, will see the 23-year-old return after a knee injury forced him to miss last weekend's stunning 80-12 victory over Wales.
The Wigan full-back has scored 12 tries in just 13 appearances for England. One more will see him match the record set by former St Helens and Wigan winger Alf Ellaby in 1935.
Tomkins has a promising track record against the French, scoring four tries against them on their last visit to England in 2010.
His teammate Ryan Hall, who scored twice against Wales, has racked up nine in only 13 appearances. He only needs one more to reach a total of 150 - and two more to draw level with Mark Calderwood, who is third in England's all-time list.
England coach Steve McNamara was delighted with his team's impressive performance in Wrexham, where they ran in 54 points in the second half.
It is set to be a near-full house at Craven Park on Saturday, with fans no doubt hoping for a similar performance.
McNamara will be looking for another commanding display as his side prepares for bigger challenges ahead, and has said he does not fear that another one-sided international could prove to be a turn-off.
The two teams are due to meet again in the final at the City of Salford Stadium on November 11.
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