Head Coach: Kristian Woolf
Team: Hopoate; Tupou, Jennings, Hurrell, Fusitu'a; Lolohea, Hingano; Fifita, Havili, Taukeiaho, Ma'u, Manu, Taumalolo
Bench: Katoa, Terepo, Pangai Junior, Murdoch-Masila
Head Coach: Wayne Bennett
Team: Widdop; McGillvary, Watkins, Bateman, Hall; Brown, Gale; Hill, Hodgson, Graham, S. Burgess, Whitehead, O'Loughlin
Bench: Walmsley, T. Burgess, Currie, Roby
Analysis - what to expect
England and Tonga meet in the second World Cup semi-final with both sides fancying their chances of victory. In a game that could go either way, the bookies make England four-point favourites which highlights how close this could be. England produced an improved performance against PNG but their game was still littered with errors whilst Tonga were also far from their best as they narrowly held on against Lebanon. Both sides will be expecting a big improvement on their last outing as they look to qualify for the final. The game could be won out wide with England's Kallum Watkins and Jermaine McGillvary striking up a fearsome partnership on the right edge. They will come up against Daniel Tupou and Michael Jennings in a key contest that could help determine the winner. This game is a genuine coin-toss with either side able to win the game but if Tonga's forwards get on top then they can be the side to reach the final in a fiercely competitive contest.