England end their 2019 Six Nations Championship at Twickenham on Saturday, where they meet Scotland for the Calcutta Cup.
Head coach Eddie Jones has made four changes to his side that beat Italy last weekend, with Ben Moon, Mark Wilson, Henry Slade and Jack Nowell coming back into the team.
England need Ireland to beat Wales and themselves to beat Scotland if they are to win the 2019 Championship.
Scotland have made six changes, flanker Hamish Watson replacing the injured Jamie Ritchie, with Sam Skinner and lock Ben Toolis also coming in.
Sean Maitland and Byron McGuigan replace injured Blair Kinghorn and Tommy Seymour in the back three and Sam Johnston is included at centre with Pete Horne dropping out.
- When? Saturday 16 March
- Where? Twickenham Stadium
- Kick-off? 5pm
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- February 2018: Scotland 25-13 England, Murrayfield
- February 2017: England 61 Scotland 21, Twickenham
- February 2016: Scotland 9 England 15, Murrayfield
- March 2015: England 25 Scotland 13, Murrayfield
- February 2014: Scotland 0 England 20, Murrayfield
- February 2013: England 38 Scotland 18, Twickenham
- February 2012: Scotland 6 England 13, Murrayfield
- March 2011: England 22 Scotland 16, Twickenham
Former England international Tom May picks out three players to keep an eye on during Saturday's clash against Scotland at Twickenham Stadium.
Views from the camp
#ENGvSCO | @LeicesterTigers' @benyoungs09 reflects on his life in rugby ahead of becoming the most capped England scrum half of all time this Saturday at Twickenham: https://t.co/RC6TXDwM4V pic.twitter.com/ehSmuRTyMH— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) March 14, 2019
England head coach Eddie Jones: "Scotland are a difficult side, they are always at you, they play with a lot of enthusiasm and effort and have got a lot of attacking strings to their bow. Finn Russell is an exceptional player at 10 and they have got some pace on the outside so we are going to have to defend really well against them.”
Record-breaking scum half Ben Youngs: “It’s really nice and I’m grateful to have had this many opportunities to play for England. It is an exciting game at the weekend, and although it’s a great achievement, at the moment I think it means more to the parents and family. For me it is about getting the team right for Scotland.”
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend: "We have to build on the positive aspects of our performance against Wales. The players showed in the second-half what the team is capable of against one of the best sides in the world. The next step is making that pressure count on the scoreboard, more regularly.
"Winning away from home tends to be achieved through an outstanding defensive performance and we are determined to deliver that this Saturday."
- England will be hosting Scotland at Twickenham for the 49th time in Test rugby, they’ve lost just four of their previous 48 games against Scotland at the venue (W39, D5) with those defeats coming in 1926, 1938, 1971 and 1983.
- Excluding games against Italy, Scotland have lost 37 of 39 away games in the Six Nations, including each of their last 17; those victories coming against Wales in 2002 and Ireland in 2010.
- England have won 17 of their last 18 home games in the Six Nations (L1), including a 40-point win the last time they hosted Scotland (61-21), their joint biggest win against the Scots in Test rugby (also 43-3 in 2001).
- England have scored 14 tries in their two games at Twickenham in this year’s Six Nations (6 v France, 8 v Italy), only on four occasions has a side scored more tries at home in a Five/Six Nations campaign (England - 22 in 2001, 16 in 2015, 15 in 2005, Ireland - 17 in 2018).
- Scotland have gained 1,798 metres in the Six Nations this year, more than any other side, while they’ve also conceded the fewest turnovers (48).
- England have conceded just 24 penalties in the 2019 Six Nations, fewer than any other side, while Scotland’s tally of 38 penalties is the most in the tournament this year.
- England have scored six tries after winning possession by a turnover, no other side has scored more than two tries in this fashion in this year’s Six Nations.
England starting XV (523 caps)
15 Elliot Daly (Wasps, 29 caps), 14 Jack Nowell (Exeter Chiefs, 32 caps), 13 Henry Slade (Exeter Chiefs, 21 caps), 12 Manu Tuilagi (Leicester Tigers, 31 caps), 11 Jonny May (Leicester Tigers, 44 caps), 10 Owen Farrell (Saracens, 69 caps) (captain), 9 Ben Youngs (Leicester Tigers, 84 caps), 1 Ben Moon (Exeter Chiefs, 7 caps), 2 Jamie George (Saracens, 36 caps), 3 Kyle Sinckler (Harlequins, 21 caps), 4 Joe Launchbury (Wasps, 57 caps), 5 George Kruis (Saracens, 31 caps), 6 Mark Wilson (Newcastle Falcons, 12 caps), 7 Tom Curry (Sale Sharks, 9 caps), 8 Billy Vunipola (Saracens, 40 caps)
Finishers (203 caps)
16 Luke Cowan-Dickie (Exeter Chiefs, 10 caps), 17 Ellis Genge (Leicester Tigers, 8 caps), 18 Dan Cole (Leicester Tigers, 84 caps), 19 Brad Shields (Wasps, 7 caps), 20 Nathan Hughes (Wasps, 21 caps), 21 Ben Spencer (Saracens, 2 caps), 22 George Ford (Leicester Tigers, 54 caps), 23 Ben Te’o (Worcester Warriors 17 caps).
15-Sean Maitland, 14-Darcy Graham, 13-Nick Grigg, 12-Sam Johnson, 11-Byron McGuigan, 10-Finn Russell, 9-Ali Price, 8-Magnus Bradbury, 7-Hamish Watson, 6-Sam Skinner, 5-Grant Gilchrist, 4-Ben Toolis, 3-Willem Nel, 2-Stuart McInally (captain), 1-Allan Dell
Replacements: 16-Fraser Brown, 17-Gordon Reid, 18-Simon Berghan, 19-Jonny Gray, 20-Josh Strauss, 21-Greig Laidlaw, 22-Adam Hastings, 23-Chris Harris.