IOANE will line up opposite Chris Ashton in Saturday's Cook Cup showdown at Twickenham with either Charlie Sharples or Ugo Monye occupying the left wing.
The destructive 27-year-old has been carrying a knee problem that forced him to miss the Wallabies' last two matches, but is ready to excel on his return.
"The England wingers are pretty, really good looking. I just can't wait to go against them," he said.
Welsh braced for Carter
Wales have been braced for an appointment with a "once-in-a-generation player" when they tackle world champions New Zealand next week.
While a dangerous Samoa side are next on Wales' autumn agenda on Friday, the All Blacks are looming.
And fly-half Dan Carter's inspired display in the 51-22 drubbing of Scotland on Sunday has drawn lavish praise from Wales' defence coach Shaun Edwards.
"He is a once-in-a-generation player, isn't he?" Edwards said. "It's like watching Lionel Messi play football. I just hope he doesn't play too good against us."