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BATH players George Ford and Charlie Ewels have been included in England's side to face Argentina in San Juan tomorrow.

Ford, one of England's vice-captains, is named at fly-half, with Ewels packing down in the second row alongside Wasps' Joe Launchbury.

Sale flanker Tom Curry will become England's youngest debutant for 19 years when he wins his first cap five days before his 19th birthday, one of four new faces in Eddie Jones' starting line-up for the first Test against the Pumas, with another seven uncapped players on the bench.

Saracens centre Alex Lozowski, Exeter prop Harry Williams and Newcastle flanker Mark Wilson are the other new faces in the starting team, while among those waiting on the bench are cross-code winger Denny Solomona and Northampton fly-half Piers Francis, who joined up with the squad on Monday from Auckland.

Wilson got the nod after fellow flankers Chris Robshaw and Bath-bound Sam Underhill were ruled out with ankle and neck injuries respectively.

Jones expects Robshaw and Underhill both to be available for the second Test in Sante Fe on Saturday week.

Meanwhile, Northampton hooker Dylan Hartley leads the side, which also includes Gloucester wing Jonny May, in what will be his 85th cap, taking him ahead of former captain Martin Johnson and alongside Rory Underwood and Lawrence Dallaglio as the third-equal most capped England international of all time.