England vs Scotland live rugby. England v Scotland Live Six Nations, Twickenham. Scotland vs England live where England will attempt to prove their headline-grabbing victory over New Zealand last month was no fluke when they kick off their Six Nations campaign against Scotland at Twickenham on Saturday.
Stuart Lancaster's side stunned the rugby world with a thrilling upset of the world champions in their final autumn outing but that game will have been swiftly confined to history with the pressure now on to repeat that level of performance against their familiar European rivals.
Scotland will have been desperate to draw a line under their end of year campaign for a vastly different reason having slumped to three straight defeats - the last of which was an embarrassing reverse at the hands of Tonga that cost coach Andy Robinson his job and left them languishing down in 12th in the IRB world rankings.
The Scots now have a new man at the helm in the shape of Robinson's former assistant Scott Johnson whose first challenge is one that proved too much for his predecessor and many more coaches before that - winning at English rugby's HQ. The last time Scotland beat England at Twickenham was back in 1983 with Lancaster's in-form side clear favourites to extend the visitors' barren run.
Head to Head
All-time record: Played 130: England won 70, Scotland won 42, drawn 18
Biggest winning margins: Eng: 40 (43-3 at Twickenham, 2001) Sco: 27 (33-6 at Murrayfield, 1986)
Highest score: Eng: 43 (43-3 at Twickenham, 2001; 43-22 at Twickenham, 2005); Sco: 33 (33-6 at Murrayfield, 1986)
Most tries: Eng: 7 (43-22 at Twickenham, 2005); Sco: 6 (28-19 at Murrayfield, 1931)
Most points (individual): Eng: Jonny Wilkinson 114; Sco: Chris Paterson 84
Most tries (individual): Eng: 6 Cyril Lowe; Sco: 9 Iain Smith
Most points in a Test: Eng: 27 Jonny Wilkinson (at Twickenham, 2007); Sco: 21 Gavin Hastings (at Murrayfield, 1986)
Most tries in a Test: Eng: 3 Cyril Lowe (at Inverleith, 1914), John Carleton (at Murrayfield, 1980), Jamie Noon (at Twickenham, 2005); Sco: 2 17 players
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