SOMERSET rugby star Danielle Waterman is in line to win her 79th England cap on Saturday, as she has been named in the Red Roses team to play Wales in their second Women's Six Nations match.

Waterman returns to her more familiar position of full-back, after playing on the wing during England's win over Italy on Sunday.

The sides were level at 7-7 at half time in Rome, only for Red Roses captain Sarah Hunter to lead the way with three tries as the visitors triumphed 42-7.

Charlotte Pearce comes into the side to play on the wing against Wales, but Waterman retains her place as one of the most experienced players in a youthful back line.

Saturday's match, which is being played at Twickenham Stoop, kicks off at 12.15pm, and will be shown live on Sky Sports.

That match is followed by the England men's side taking on their Welsh counterparts, from 4.45pm.