JONNY May has retained his place on the wing for England for Saturday's final Six Nations clash at home to Scotland, although there is a surprise on the other as Joe Cokanasiga has been dropped.

Chiseldon’s May has started all four of England’s matches in the tournament so far and is the competition’s top try scorer with five.

Cokanasiga was named man of the match after Italy were swept aside by Eddie Jones’ side in the penultimate round of the championship last weekend and was compared to Jonah Lomu by Sir Clive Woodward.

However, the Fijian-born wing cannot even win a place on the bench for the Calcutta Cup showdown at Twickenham.

Taking his place in the number 14 jersey is Jack Nowell, who has recovered from a shoulder stinger injury, with Ben Te'o picked as replacement three-quarter cover.

Jones has reverted to his first choice midfield, with Manu Tuilagi and Henry Slade paired in the centres outside Owen Farrell.

In total, there are four changes in personnel to the XV that battered Italy 57-14 at Twickenham with Ben Moon restored at loosehead prop and Mark Wilson displacing Brad Shields at blindside flanker.

Ben Youngs will be making his 85th England appearance to surpass the national record for a scrum-half held by Danny Care.

England will win the Six Nations title if they regain the Calcutta Cup and Wales fail in their Grand Slam bid against Ireland in Cardiff.

England coach Jones said: "It's the last week of the tournament so it's exciting. It will be a fascinating finish too, with the three teams that can win it and we are playing against one of our most traditional foes in Scotland," Jones said.

"Scotland are a difficult side - they are always at you, they play with a lot of enthusiasm and effort and have got a lot of attacking strings to their bow."