Steve Borthwick’s side are in a good position at the top of Pool D after following their morale-boosting opening weekend defeat to Argentina with a somewhat labored bonus-point victory against Japan in the second round.
Supporters will expect a lot more attacking talent and less tactical kicking against the World Cup debutants on Saturday, with plenty of personnel changes and a chance for several players to stake their claim to starting status before the final clash of the group with Samoa in two weeks.
Captain Owen Farrell returns at flyhalf following his suspension and Marcus Smith will operate as an auxiliary playmaker from full-back in Borthwick’s title changes, while Billy Vunipola also starts.
Chile have been full of spirits in their first World Cup so far but could not avoid heavy early defeats to Japan and Samoa, with their toughest assignment coming this weekend.
Where to watch England vs Chile
TV channel: In the UK, Saturday’s match will be broadcast live and free on ITV1, with coverage starting at 3:55 p.m. BST before kick-off at 4:45 p.m.
Direct: Free live coverage is also available online via the ITV website and ITVX app.
Live blog: Follow the match with Standard Sport’s dedicated live match blog, with expert analysis from rugby correspondent Nick Purewal at Stade Pierre-Mauroy.