DRAGONS back row forwards Aaron Wainwright and Ross Moriarty have been retained in the Wales XV that will gun for revenge against England in Saturday’s World Cup warm-up in Cardiff.

The duo start in the back row alongside James Davies, who is one of three changes to the side that lost 33-19 at Twickenham on Sunday.

The Scarlets openside comes in for Justin Tipuric, lock Jake Ball comes in for Adam Beard and Dan Biggar is the replacement for fly-half Gareth Anscombe, who will miss out on Japan after knee ligament damage last weekend.

Dragons hooker Elliot Dee is among the replacements again but there is still no place for lock Cory Hill, who sat out Twickenham with an ankle injury, or tighthead Leon Brown.

Josh Navidi is back from a hamstring niggle to be on the bench where Aaron Shingler covers lock in the absence of Hill and Adam Beard, who left the field with a wrist injury at Twickenham.

“This weekend is another opportunity for us to take the field, test ourselves and continue our preparation for Japan,” said head coach Warren Gatland.

“It is a little over five weeks until we kick off our campaign in Toyota against Georgia and it is important we are fully prepared and rugby-ready by then.

“We were disappointed to get the loss last weekend so it is important we step it up on Saturday and put in a big display in front a of a packed Principality Stadium.

“The squad are looking forward to getting back out there, taking another step towards the RWC and putting in a big performance.”

James Davies will line up alongside older brother Jonathan for the first time in a Wales jersey.

The last pair of brothers to play alongside each other for Wales was Jamie and Nicky Robinson in 2006.