Mike Tindall will return for Saturday's clash as one of seven changes at the Otago Stadium.
Tindall captained England in the 13-9 victory over Argentina - although he captured the headlines for the wrong reasons following his involvement on a squad night out in Queenstown.
Tindall was rested for the subsequent 41-10 win against Georgia but he returns to replace Shantayne Hape in the midfield.
The Gloucester centre is joined in the backs by Mark Cueto and Jonny Wilkinson for Saturday's encounter - with Delon Armitage and Toby Flood making way.
England boss Martin Johnson has made four changes in the pack - with hooker Steve Thompson, prop Alex Corbisiero, lock Louis Deacon and flanker Tom Croft all starting.
Nick Easter and Matt Stevens are both sidelines with injuries, though, while lock Courtney Lawes, completes his two-match ban.
On the bench there are first appearances for David Wilson and Lee Mears, while Saracens Richard Wigglesworth returns.
After overcoming Argentina and Georgia, the Oaks now stand in their path in what should be a simple enough task for such a well prepared outfit.
Meanwhile, Romania coach Romeo Gontineac has denied that his 11 personnel changes, and three positional, had been made with a view to saving players for their more winnable final Pool B match against Georgia.
"Risky would be to keep the same team because for two games we have played almost the same team," Gontineac said.
"We trusted these players before the World Cup and we trust them for this match on Saturday."
Lock Cristian Petre is the only player to start in the same position he began against Argentina and will captain the side, with Marius Tincu dropping to the replacements bench. Tincu is replaced at hooker by Bogdan Zebega, with Silviu Florea and Nicolae Nere propping either side of him. Ionel Cazan moves from left wing to outside centre in a reshuffled backline, Ovidiu Tonita switches from openside to eight and Iulian Dumitras moves up to 12.
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