Dickens has made two changes to the side that defeated France 29-24 in their opening fixture of the U20 Six Nations Championship.
Harvey Beaton replaces Luke Green in the front row, while Freddie Steward comes in for injured Josh Hodge at full-back.
There are two changes among the replacements also, Josh Gray coming in for Jack Clement, while Ollie Sleightholme is also named as a finisher.
Performance Director Andy Rock said: "To see Max and Gabe retain their place in the starting team for this week after a strong performance against France is a real reinforcement of the work they are both doing, and the levels of performance they are producing.
"It was a proud moment for everyone at the Club to see them make their U20s debuts last week, it’s been a great journey to see them both go on in the past few years in particular.
"These games and the weeks spent in England camp are great experiences, they are testing themselves against the best young players from other nations and we know they will come back to us next week full of energy, and ready to contribute to our preparation into Worcester."
England U20s team to play Scotland:
15. Freddie Steward (Leicester Tigers)
14. Gabriel Hamer-Webb (Bath Rugby)
13. Connor Doherty (Sale Sharks)
12. Max Ojomoh (Bath Rugby)
11. Tom Roebuck (Sale Sharks)
10. Manu Vunipola (Saracens)
9. Sam Maunder (Exeter Chiefs) - captain
1. James Whitcombe (Leicester Tigers)
2. Theo Dan (Saracens)
3. Harvey Beaton (Saracens)
4. George Hammond (Harlequins)
5. Ben Donnell (London Irish)
6. Richard Capstick (Exeter Chiefs)
7. JJ Tonks (Northampton Saints)
8. Rusi Tuima (Exeter Chiefs)
16. Ben Atkins (London Irish)
17. Emmanuel Iyogun (Northampton Saints)
18. Luke Green (London Irish)
19. Hugh Tizard (Harlequins)
20. Josh Gray (Gloucester Rugby)
21. Jack Van Poortvliet (Leicester Tigers)
22. George Barton (Gloucester Rugby)
23. Ollie Sleightholme (Northampton Saints)
England men U20s Six Nations fixtures and results
France 29-24 England
Scotland v England, Friday 7 February, KO 7.30pm GMT, Myreside, Edinburgh
England v Ireland, Friday, 21 February, KO 7.45pm GMT, Franklin’s Gardens, Northampton. Live on Sky Sports
England v Wales, Friday, 6 March, KO 7.45pm GMT, Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester. Live on Sky Sports.
Italy v England, Sunday, 15 March, KO 5.30pm GMT, Payanini Rugby Center, Verona