- England: Tries – Nowell, Curry, Launchbury, May, Ford Cons – Farrell 4, Ford Pens - Farrell
- Scotland: Tries – McInally, Graham 2, Bradbury, Russell, Johnson Cons – Russell 3, Laidlaw
George Ford scored a stoppage-time try to seal a dramatic draw for England after an enthralling encounter against Scotland in the final round of the Guinness Six Nations Championship.
Scotland, who retain the Calcutta Cup, had fought back from 31-0 down to lead England and looked on course to complete a famous victory before Ford's late heroics.
Eddie Jones’ side, who finish second in the Championship, led 31-7 at the break with tries from Jack Nowell, Tom Curry, Joe Launchbury and Jonny May, as well as 11 points from the boot of Owen Farrell, while Scotland’s solitary try came via Stuart McInally.
Scotland completed a incredible comeback with two second-half tries from Darcy Graham and scores from Magnus Bradbury, Finn Russell and Sam Johnson giving them the lead but Ford converted his own try to level.
England's hopes of lifting the 2019 Championship were dashed by Wales’ victory over Ireland earlier in the day but despite that disappointment they began Saturday's game in emphatic fashion.
Gone in 60 seconds
Fast starts have been a feature of their Six Nations campaign with early tries against Ireland and France and they were over within 66 seconds with a wonderfully-crafted try at a blustery Twickenham Stadium.
Quick hands from Kyle Sinckler, Owen Farrell, Elliot Daly and Henry Slade released Nowell on the right wing and after creating some space for himself he cut inside to dot down.
One of England’s emerging stars over the past 12 months has been Curry and following stellar performance throughout the tournament he had a second Six Nations try inside 10 minutes.
A penalty was kicked to the corner and after a short lineout Curry bundled over off the back of the driving maul which Farrell converted for 14-0.
England’s power game saw them cross for a third try, Ellis Genge smashing through Scotland defence, before offloading to Sinckler to do likewise and eventually Launchbury crashed over after throwing a neat dummy.
Farrell sent over a penalty to hit the 400 point mark in Six Nations rugby and the bonus point was sealed via May who crossed for a 14th try in 15 Tests after a sublime offload from Slade.
Scotland were on the board when McInally charged down Farrell’s kick on halfway before collecting the ball and winning the race to England’s try line.
To their credit Scotland came roaring back in a thrilling second half, scoring 31 unanswered points to draw level.
Graham wriggled over for a second Scotland try after the break and Magnus Bradbury had a third soon after after neat play from Ali Price.
Scotland had a bonus point with Graham searing over on the right wing before Russell intercepted Farrell's pass on halfway and sprinted home under the posts, also converting his own try for 31-31 on the hour.
Greig Laidlaw missed the chance to give Scotland the lead with a penalty but Johnson jinked his way through England's defence to score under the posts to put them in front.
But there was time for more late drama and with time up Ford found space and sniped through to level the scores after converting his own try.
"It shocked us when they got a bit of momentum," said Farrell. "And me more than anyone at times gave that to them.
"We got in a momentum rut and we couldn't get out of it today.
"At half-time the scoreline was pleasing but rugby is a game of momentum and they were on the front foot in the second half."
15. Elliot Daly (Wasps), 14. Jack Nowell (Exeter Chiefs), 13. Henry Slade (Exeter Chiefs), 12. Manu Tuilagi (Leicester Tigers), 11. Jonny May (Leicester Tigers), 10. Owen Farrell (Saracens — captain), 9. Ben Youngs (Leicester Tigers), 1. Ben Moon (Exeter Chiefs),2. Jamie George (Saracens), 3. Kyle Sinckler (Harlequins), 4. Joe Launchbury (Wasps), 5. George Kruis (Saracens), 6. Mark Wilson (Newcastle Falcons), 7. Tom Curry (Sale Sharks), 8. Billy Vunipola (Saracens)
16. Luke Cowan-Dickie (Exeter Chiefs), 17. Ellis Genge (Leicester Tigers), 18. Dan Cole (Leicester Tigers), 19. Brad Shields (Wasps), 20. Nathan Hughes (Wasps), 21. Ben Spencer (Saracens), 22. George Ford (Leicester Tigers), 23. Ben Te’o (Worcester Warriors).