Saturday's match will see Care starting after Youngs suffered a tournament-ending knee injury in Rome, become England's most capped scrumhalf when he makes his 78th Red Rose appearance to move past 2003 Rugby World Cup victor Matt Dawson.
9 Danny Care (Harlequins 77 caps).
"It's a massive honour to overtake Matt, who was a hero of mine growing up", said Leeds-born Care.
"Being an worldwide environment with world class coaches, world-class players, you're always going to develop as a player". As man of the match Mike Brown said post-match, "you work hard, you get your luck".
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"My main motto throughout my career has been to enjoy every moment and what can't you enjoy about England versus Wales at home in front of 82,000 when you're breaking the record as England's most capped scrum-half? He made the decision and we get on with it". My concern is whether they can keep doing it. England is going to be a little bit different. Following the disappointing loss to Wales last weekend, captain Lisa Martin has been moved to fly-half from centre and Rachel Malcom has made the transition from hooker to blindside flanker for round two. "I thought the execution of the game plan by the players was absolutely outstanding and our application of courage and effort in defence was first class".
"I've got a slightly better haircut now compared to back then, but not too much!"
"It's about being prepared to play at a high intensity".
"Hopefully that's moulded me into the player I am now".
Of his 77 appearances, 43 of them have come from the bench and it is a trend that has accelerated under Jones, who has started the Harlequin in only six of his 24 Tests in charge.
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"We have not been afraid of going there (Twickenham) since I have been involved", said Gatland. "Ben is a great leader and is a loss, but it's great for me to come in and show what I can do from the start".
Wales: 15 Leigh Halfpenny, 14 Josh Adams, 13 Scott Williams, 12 Hadleigh Parkes, 11 Steff Evans, 10 Rhys Patchell, 9 Gareth Davies; 1 Rob Evans, 2 Ken Owens, 3 Samson Lee, 4 Cory Hill, 5 Alun Wyn Jones (c), 6 Aaron Shingler, 7 Josh Navidi, 8 Ross Moriarty.
England lock Lawes has adopted the same feisty tone as his coach, saying: "We're hunting Wales this week".
"Patchell's a good player".
They have so much in common, both hookers in their time as players - arguably the most nitty-gritty of positions in a rugby team, the job that most requires you getting down and dirty. "I knew the team had the potential to do it and we've seen Scarlets do it week in, week out in the Pro14".
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Anscombe did kick a late penalty to secure Wales a bonus point and give them one last tilt at a last gasp victory but amid the teaming rain England held on to take another step towards a third consecutive title.