The England and Wales Rugby Union (England Rugby) have confirmed that the squad will play against Scotland in the second Test of the Six Nations at Murrayfields in October.
England’s Chardonnay O’Sullivan, captain, has been selected to lead the side in the Test against Scotland, having captained the side against the Springboks in September.
The squad will wear the same number of yellow shirts as in the Rugby World Cup campaign.
“We are delighted that our two players, Chardonna O’Suilleabhain and Chatham O’Reilly, have been selected,” said a statement from England Rugby.
“They will be making their debuts against Scotland on Saturday.”
O’Suileabhannn is the first O’Connors captain to wear the number 1 shirt in Rugby World Cups.
The captaincy of Chatham, O’Sollins brother, has led the Chatham squad to two O’Wiggins titles and the O’Regan Cup in England.
The brothers have also won the Ospreys, Lions and Lions Cup.
Chatham will be hoping to continue the winning ways in the autumn as they take on the Springbroks in Glasgow in the Guinness Pro12 at the end of the month.