Eddie Jones’ side have been handed a huge boost by the return to fitness of Owen Farrell, who will captain his country for the first time in almost a year today in the absence of Courtney Lawes.
Farrell lines up in midfield alongside Marcus Smith and Manu Tuilagi for the first time in a dream triumvirate for England, who also hand a Test debut to Northampton’s Alex Coles at lock and shift Maro Itoje out to the blindside.
England are building for the World Cup in France next year after a morale-boosting summer series win in Australia, with home games against Japan, New Zealand and South Africa to follow on successive weekends this month.
Michael Cheika’s Argentina finished fourth in the most recent Rugby Championship after a series triumph over Scotland on home soil, though that included their first away win over the All Blacks and biggest triumph against Australia to date.
How to watch England vs Argentina
TV channel and live stream: Today’s match is being shown live on Amazon Prime Video, with coverage beginning at 1:30pm GMT ahead of a 2:15pm kick-off.
The Amazon Prime Video app is available across multiple different platforms and devices including televisions, with a subscription in the UK currently costing £8.99 per month.
LIVE coverage: You can also follow all the action live with Standard Sport’s match blog. Rugby correspondent Nick Purewal will be providing expert analysis from Twickenham.