Women’s Six Nations: England’s Emily Scarratt will win the 100th cap

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Venue: Welford Road, Leicester Date: Sunday, April 24, 2008 Kick-off: 12:00 BST
Coverage:BBC Two, BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra and BBC Sport App. Live text commentary.

Centre Emily Scarratt from Leicester will win her 100th England Cap in Sunday's Women’s Six Nations clash with Ireland.

Helena Rowland is making her Test debut at fullback. Simon Middleton, the head coach, names his strongest starting XV.

Zoe Aldcroft, the world player of the Year, makes her comeback from injury and pushes Poppy Cleall to Poppy's bench.

The defending champions are facing an Ireland side that is missing key players.

Many of the starting sides will be absent to prepare for a sevens event at Canada's XV-a side and sevens programs in Ireland.

We will keep you posted.

England:Rowland, Scarratt and Aitchison, Breach, Thompson; Harrison, Infante, Cornborough, Davies; Bern, Aldcroft Ward, Matthews Packer, Hunter (capt).

Replacements: Cokayne, Botterman, Muir, Galligan, Cleall, Hunt, Reed, Kildunne.

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