Fin Smith has been named amongst the replacements for England's clash with Japan.

The 22-year-old first played rugby at Shipston-on-Stour RFC, before going on to hone his skills in the Worcester Warriors academy.

Despite being expected by some to start at fly-half, Smith will have to settle for a bench spot.

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England head coach Steve Borthwick opted to name Smith's namesake, Marcus Smith, to start at 10 for the match, which will kick off at the National Stadium in Tokyo on Saturday (June 22) at 6:50am GMT.

The Warwick-born player is set to make his fourth appearance for England should he leave the bench.

Smith, who made his first three international appearances in this year's Six Nations, will be joined by fellow Warriors alumnus Ollie Lawrence, who will start at inside centre.