The Calcutta Cup…the most historic match in international rugby and the renewal of a rivalry which dates back to 1871. If the tradition and history of this fixture is not enough to get you excited then the outstanding quality of play on show will certainly be something you’ll want to watch.
After the best part of two decades of relative disappointment, Scotland, the auld enemy, are back having put in some strong performances in the 2018 NatWest Six Nations. However, losing to the USA on their summer tour will really have hurt.
Verne Cotter having handed over the coaching reins to Gregor Townsend, Scotland will want to prove themselves at Twickenham
With the irrepressible Stuart Hogg, Huw Jones and Finn Russell, Scotland can play an exciting brand of running rugby, combined with the power of Jonny Gray, Hamish Watson and their forward team mates.
Having lost to Scotland in their last meeting, England will be out for revenge. They should be confident facing Scotland at Twickenham thanks to an impressive home record of 40 victories from their 48 encounters. However, after their 2018 victory, you can be sure that Scotland will be set on repeating their last victory at Twickenham which came way back in 1983.
Whatever happens, expect emotion, drama and excitement at what will be a packed out Twickenham Stadium.