Larissa Muldoon starts at scrum-half for Tom Tierney's side
Ireland coach Tom Tierney has made one change to the team that defeated Wales last weekend for Friday's Grand Slam decider against England in Donnybrook as scrum-half Larissa Muldoon moves from the replacements into the starting fifteen.
The remainder of the line-up is unchanged as props Lindsay Peat and Ailis Egan join Leah Lyons in the front row for the fifth successive game.
In the second-row, Sophie Spence will again partner Marie-Louise Reilly, who is set to win her 50th Ireland Cap this Friday.
In the back-row, flankers Ciara Griffin and Claire Molloy pack down with Number 8 and Captain Paula Fitzpatrick for their sixth consecutive game in a row.
Out-half Nora Stapleton is partnered by Muldoon at half-back and in the centres, Sene Naoupu will again partner Jenny Murphy.
In the back-three, Alison Miller and Hannah Tyrrell line out on the wings, with Kim Flood at full-back.
Speaking ahead of the St. Patrick's Day game, Head Coach Tierney said;
"There's a very strong spirit in this squad that's been developing nicely over the last few months and, while the performances to date haven't been as accurate or as clinical as we would have liked, we've ground out four wins in a row to set up a very big game this Friday evening in Donnybrook."
"England are arriving to Dublin on the back of a huge win against Scotland so their confidence will be high, and deservedly so. The have shown throughout the Championship that they can score tries from anywhere and they have a strong and skilful pack as well."
Friday night's match is part of a double-header in Donnybrook, as the Ireland U20s face their English counterparts in the earlier game at 6pm.
Ireland Women v England, Friday 17th March, 2017, 8pm, Donnybrook Stadium
15. Kim Flood (Railway Union / Leinster)
14. Hannah Tyrrell (Old Belvedere / Leinster)
13. Jenny Murphy (Old Belvedere / Leinster)
12. Sene Naoupu (Aylesford Bulls)
11. Alison Miller (Old Belvedere / Connacht)
10. Nora Stapleton (Old Belvedere / Leinster)
9. Larissa Muldoon (Railway Union)
1. Lindsay Peat (Railway Union / Leinster)
2. Leah Lyons (Highfield / Munster)
3. Ailis Egan (Old Belvedere / Leinster)
4. Sophie Spence (Old Belvedere / Leinster)
5. Marie-Louise Reilly (Old Belvedere / Leinster)
6. Ciara Griffin (UL Bohemians / Munster)
7. Claire Molloy (Bristol / Connacht)
8. Paula Fitzpatrick (St. Mary's College / Leinster) Captain
16. Ciara O'Connor (Galwegians / Connacht)
17. Ilse Van Staden (Cooke / Ulster)
18. Ruth O'Reilly (Galwegians / Connacht)
19. Ciara Cooney (Railway Union / Leinster)
20. Nichola Fryday (Tullamore / Connacht)
21. Mary Healy (Galwegians / Connacht)
22. Nikki Caughey (Railway Union / Ulster)
23. Mairead Coyne (Galwegians / Connacht)