March 13, 2011

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England 22 - 16 Scotland
Sunday 13th March 2011, KO 15:00
Referee: Romain Poite

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England v Scotland

Not since 1983, the year England failed to win a single Championship game, have Scotland triumphed at Twickenham.

After a run of three successive defeats the Scots pitched up at Rugby HQ and avoided the wooden spoon with a 22-12 humbling of the Auld Enemy.

Now, 28 years later, Scotland again arrive at Twickenham without an RBS 6 Nations triumph to their name but, in stark contrast to 1983, England are flying.

Martin Johnson's men defeated Wales in Cardiff before victories over Italy and France at home to leave only Scotland and Ireland standing between them and their first Grand Slam since 2003.

The Scots are no strangers to upsetting the odds though and at Murrayfield in 2000 Sir Ian McGeechan's side claimed their first win of their campaign by inflicting England's only defeat in the final round of the competition.

Few people would gain greater satisfaction of a repeat of that 19-13 triumph more than Scotland coach Andy Robinson, who was shown the door by England in 2006.

Robinson has made four changes to the side defeated by Ireland with Simon Danielli, Joe Ansbro and Rory Lawson replacing Nikki Walker, Nick De Luca and Mike Blair in the backs.

Johnnie Beattie is the only casualty in a reshuffle of the forwards with Nathan Hines coming in at blindside flanker and Kelly Brown switching to No.8.

"It is our next game [and] I love every game I'm involved in with Scotland," said Robinson.

"It's the next challenge and highly exciting that it is in a fantastic stadium, such a great game to be involved.

"We've got Rory Lawson and Kelly Brown playing for English teams with Rory good mates with Mike Tindall. There is a competitive element no matter who you are playing against."

Alex Corbisiero comes in for his second start of the campaign after Andrew Sheridan was ruled out for the remainder of the Six Nations with a calf injury.

Despite returning for Northampton last weekend there is no place in the squad for Courtney Lawes, with Louis Deacon and Tom Palmer continuing in the second row.

"We are going to be playing a pretty defiant Scotland team who will be coming down here to win. It won't matter to them what has happened before if they win at Twickenham," said Johnson.

"It's an easy game for them in a way because everyone is talking about us winning three on the trot. Scotland will be desperate to get a win and beat England at Twickenham, and that makes them very dangerous.

"If we get into the mindset that we are superior, we will end up on our faces pretty quickly. If we get it wrong they will come and beat us."

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