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Coach Mark Cross makes four changes – split evenly between backs and forwards - to the side that lost 57-12 to the Argentina XV last time out.
Claudio Iturra is selected at tight-head and is joined in the pack by second-row Nikola Bursic.
Jose Tomas Baraona will wear the fly-half jersey in place of Benjamin Pizarro while Javier Lavanderos gets the nod at outside centre.
In brief Rankings predictor The Eagles cannot move any higher than their current position of 17th but they could fall two places if they are beaten for the first time in this season’s ARC.
Stephen Shennan is rewarded for his fine finish late in the game in Cluj with a call-up from the bench. Spain have only made one change too, Jesús Moreno Rodríguez coming in at tight-head for the injured Jonathan Garcia.
In brief Rankings predictor Victory for Spain would lift them up one place to 18th while a winning Romania could close the gap on Italy, the side immediately above them in the rankings, to a fraction over a point if the margin is more than 15 points.
On the other hand, with games against the lower-ranked Germany and Belgium to come, a home win for Los Leones would put them in pole position to go straight through to Japan.
Both sides got off to winning starts in round one with Romania brushing Germany aside 85-6 in Cluj, while Spain had to dig deep for a 20-13 victory over Russia in Krasnodar.Georgia also got off to a winning start on the opening weekend of the Rugby Europe Championship with a 47-0 win over Belgium.The Lelos travel to Germany this weekend and anything other than a second bonus-point win would be a major surprise.Oliver Paine and Winston Cameron-Dow form the new half-back pairing, while the other changes see Zani Dembele and Daniel Koch called up on left wing and at full-back respectively.Three of the five changes to the Lelos line-up from last week’s 47-0 win over Belgium come in the forwards.As Romania managed to pick up a try bonus point in victory and Spain did not, the Oaks’ lead in the RWC 2019 qualification table, factoring in results from 2017 too, has increased to three points.Defeat for Santiago Santos’ side combined with an emphatic win for Russia over Belgium, last year’s bottom-ranked team, would also open up the race for the alternative European qualification route to Japan 2019 – as the second-best ranked team in the competition outside of Georgia, who have already qualified thanks to their third-place pool finish at England 2015.Andrei Temnov moves from seven to six and Victor Gresev drops to the bench to accommodate the arrival of Tagir Gadzhiev at openside.In brief Rankings predictor While Russia don’t stand to receive any boost to their rating in victory, it is possible for Belgium to climb as many as six places to 22nd if they win by more than 15 points and other results go their way.Lemoine names an entirely new front row in Markus Bender, Gilles Valette and Felix Martel, while the other change in the pack comes at openside where Kain Rix wins his second cap.Centre Robin Plümpe and wing Paul Fisterer are the only survivors in the backline with Plümpe joined in the midfield by new captain Clemens von Grumbkow.