JAMES Graham will captain England in Sunday's second Test against New Zealand in his home city of Liverpool.

The 33-year-old former Saints prop, who is the most-capped player in the England squad with 42, takes over from Wigan's Sean O'Loughlin, who suffered a calf injury in last Saturday's first Test victory in Hull.

There are four Saints players in the squad - Mark Percival, Jonny Lomax, Luke Thompson and Tommy Makinson.

Castleford forward Adam Milner, who made his England debut in the 44-6 win against France last month, replaces O'Loughlin in the 19-man squad.

England squad:

John Bateman

George Burgess

Tom Burgess

Daryl Clark

Jake Connor

Oliver Gildart

James Graham (captain)

Chris Hill

Josh Hodgson

Jonny Lomax

Tommy Makinson

Jermaine McGillvary

Richie Myler

Adam Milner

Mark Percival

Luke Thompson

Sam Tomkins

Elliott Whitehead

George Williams

England face New Zealand in the remaining two tests at Anfield in Liverpool (November 4) and Elland Road in Leeds (November 11). Tickets start from just £20 and are available from rugby-league.com/tickets