Rokoduguni and Goode set to face Fiji as England boss Eddie Jones drops Tom Wood
Semesa Rokoduguni and Alex Goode are set to start England's clash with Fiji on Saturday, but Tom Wood has been dropped for the second autumn international at Twickenham.
Bath's Rokoduguni is poised to win only his second cap, after making his debut against New Zealand two years ago, and will line up on the right wing against the nation of his birth at the expense of Marland Yarde.
The 29-year-old, who has served with the British Army in Afghanistan, is among the Aviva Premiership's form players this season having beaten more defenders, made more clean breaks and gained more metres than any rival.
He is set to be joined in the back three by Goode, the reigning Premiership player of the year who will be making his first start under head coach Eddie Jones in place of Mike Brown.
Brown remains among the 25 retained at the squad's Surrey training base - the starting XV is named on Thursday morning - but Wood has been omitted despite a solid performance in Saturday's 37-21 victory over South Africa.
Stepping into the breach at openside will be either Nathan Hughes or Teimana Harrison, who is a surprise inclusion and with only 13 forwards kept by Jones, he is destined to play a role against Fiji.
Hughes was unable to train on Tuesday due to a lower leg injury but is expected to be ready for Thursday's final session of the week.
Number eight Billy Vunipola was due to sit out training until Thursday due to 'upper body soreness', but he played a full role on Tuesday and there are no doubts over his fitness.
There is shaping up to be only one change to the pack that started against South Africa with either Hughes or Harrison featuring, while behind the scrum Jonathan Joseph appears to have regained his place at the expense of Elliot Daly.
It is the back three that provides the biggest talking points, however, with Rokoduguni and Goode making long-awaited returns.
Goode's absence has been one of more the puzzling elements of Jones' reign given his form for Saracens and the vision he offers at full-back. Apart from a replacement appearance against Italy in February, it has been an unrewarding period for the 28-year-old.
Jones has held misgivings over his speed and defensive technique, but the Fiji match is now the platform for him to reignite his Test career, while Brown - one of the squad's three vice-captains - comes to terms with being dropped by the Australian head coach for the first time.
Alongside Goode will be a man described by Bath team-mate George Ford as "probably the most dangerous player and best finisher I have ever played with".
Rokoduguni was dropped after a 24-21 defeat by New Zealand in 2014, never to reappear during the stewardship of Stuart Lancaster amid mixed messages when explaining his descent out of favour.
When outlining the reasons behind Rokoduguni's omission against South Africa last weekend, Jones referenced the way his debut had been handled by the previous regime.
"I want him to play 30-40 Tests for England and to do that, I've got to make sure that what happened to him last time doesn't happen again. So I've got to manage that player well," Jones said.
"I want him to be right to play. He's a guy who hasn't played Test rugby. He's got the potential to.
"He's got things that other guys can't do, but I want him to come in, I want it to be right and I want his first Test to be a game where he plays really well.
"If he does that, then his career will grow, but if he has another experience like he did in 2014, then he won't play Test rugby again. And I want him to play Test rugby."