The Red Rose were beaten 25-13 last month to end their hopes of a second Grand Slam in three years, but a historic third straight Six Nations title remains possible.
Jones has dropped vice-captain Mike Brown and moved Anthony Watson off the wing for the trip to Paris. Ben Te’o takes over from Jonathan Joseph at outside centre and Jonny May switches wings, allowing Elliot Daly to come back in on the left flank.
The England head coach will hope the changes will prompt a response from his side, who will be led on the field by Owen Farrell following Dylan Hartley's calf injury.
Jones said: "Dylan is not fit enough to be waterboy on Saturday, let's put it that way. We'll see how he goes next week. He started running today and we're obviously hopeful he's going to be fit (to play against Ireland)."
When is the game?
The game will be played on Saturday March 10. Kick-off is at 4:45pm.
Will it be shown on TV?
The clash will be shown on ITV 1, with coverage starting at 4pm.
Alternatively, you can follow the game LIVE via Standard Sport's Six Nations blog.
England replacements: Reps: Cowan-Dickie, Marler, Sinckler, Brown, Haskell, Simmonds, Wigglesworth, Joseph
France replacements: Pelissie, Priso, Gomes Sa, Taofifenua, Galletier, Couilloud, Beauxis, Fickou
Head to head
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