Chris Ashton, Saracens
Chris Ashton's job at Allianz Park is sometimes made to look far more difficult than it perhaps actually is, thanks to the superb supply of talent around him, but the winger has nonetheless gone through an encouraging return to form since the summer.
With four tries to his name so far this season, the speedster will once again make it onto the England flank, but the Saracens finisher should be glad there's not more in-form, experienced English wings around right now.
Mike Brown, Harlequins
The man formerly known as Mr. Angry has now shirked all past negative connotations that may have once surrounded this player, instead replacing those with messages of a bright England career.
In 2013, Mike Brown was omnipresent for Lancaster's side, starting off on the wing for the Six Nations before establishing himself as the first-choice fullback in Argentina, and the November internationals as a result.
Alex Goode, Saracens
Placing some weighted pressure on that No. 15 shirt is another consistent talent, Alex Goode.
Although the Saracens star doesn't tend to put a foot wrong in his approach, Goode gives the feeling that his play is a little too safe at times, with others holding more potential for flash when needed.
Jonny May, Gloucester
Jonny May is the only one of an enigmatic trio in England's 35-man squad to have already been capped by the team, the other two options being Exeter Chiefs' Jack Nowell and Anthony Watson of Bath.
It also happens that May is the only one of the three over the age of 20, and now may not yet be the time to place quite so much faith in two youngsters with no England experience and in quite pivotal areas of the pitch.
May offers cover on the wing, at fullback or in the centre, and has shown his credentials on many an occasion with Gloucester over the last 18 months.