Women's Six Nations: Taylor starts for England against Wales

Taylor, 34, grew up in Zambia and Botswana
Taylor, 34, grew up in Zambia and Botswana

Tamara Taylor will earn her 90th England cap on Saturday after being named in the starting XV to face Wales at Twickenham Stoop (18:05 GMT).

Coach Scott Bemand keeps the same squad who beat defending Six Nations champions Ireland as England look to make it four wins from four games.

Harriet Millar-Mills drops to the bench to make way for second row Taylor.

"The team has improved with each win and we look forward to having the support of a home crowd," Bemand said.

England kicked off their 2016 Six Nations campaign with a 32-0 win over Scotland.

They followed that with a 33-24 victory over Italy before beating Ireland 13-9 at Twickenham.

England: Katie Mason, Lydia Thompson, Lauren Cattell, Ceri Large, Lotte Clapp, Amber Reed, La Toya Mason, Sarah Hunter, Izzy Noel-Smith, Abbie Scott, Tamara Taylor, Emily Braund, Vickii Cornborough, Emma Croker and Rochelle Clark.

Replacements: Amy Cokayne, Heather Kerr, Bianca Dawson, Harriet Millar-Mills, Poppy Leitch, Bianca Blackburn, Ruth Laybourn, Leanne Riley.

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