Italy have made one change ahead of Sunday's Six Nations meeting with England in Rome, with Luke McLean coming into the starting XV.
The Australia-born fly-half replaces David Odiete after the Mogliano wing suffered a sprained ankle during last weekend's 23-21 defeat to France.
Lock George Biagi has recovered from a thigh injury and will start at the Stadio Olimpico, head coach Jacques Brunel confirmed in a statement published on the Italian Rugby Federation's website.
Two potential debutants — Treviso flanker Abraham Steyn and Zebre fly-half Edoardo Padovani — are among the replacements.
Treviso centre Andrea Pratichetti, whose sole Azzurri appearance came against Canada in 2012, is also on the bench.
Italy: L McLean (Treviso), L Sarto (Zebre), M Campagnaro (Exeter), G Garcia (Zebre), M Bellini (Padova), C Canna (Zebre), E Gori (Treviso), A Lovotti (Zebre), O Gega (Treviso), L Cittadini (Wasps), G Biagi (Zebre), M Fuser, F Minto, A Zanni (all Treviso), S Parisse (Stade Francais).
Replacements: D Giazzon, M Zanusso (both Treviso), M Castrogiovanni (Racing 92), V Bernabo, A Steyn (both Treviso), G Palazzani, E Padovani (both Zebre), A Pratichetti (Treviso).