France coach Jacques Brunel has made just one change to his starting lineup for the visit of England on Saturday as Francois Trinh-Duc replaces Lionel Beauxis at fly-half.
Beauxis returned from six years in the international wilderness to start France's Six Nations clashes with Scotland and Italy.
But the Lyon playmaker has now dropped to the replacements' bench, with Trinh-Duc handed a first Six Nations start since March 2016, the last time England were in Paris.
Following an injury and controversy-hit opening two weekends of the championship, France recorded their first win against Italy a fortnight ago and Brunel has stuck with the same 23-man squad from Marseille.
France team to play England:
Bonneval, Fall, Bastareaud, Doumayrou, Grosso, Trinh-Duc, Machenaud; Poirot, Guirado (captain), Slimani, Gabrillagues, Vahaamahina, Lauret, Camara, Tauleigne.
Replacements: Pelissie, Priso, Gomes Sa, Taofifenua, Galletier, Couilloud, Beauxis, Fickou.