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12hPA Sport

Russell: Scotland world class vs. England

Finn Russell hailed a "world-class" team performance after Scotland stunned England with a first Calcutta Cup win in a decade.

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12hESPN Staff

Six Nations: Scotland rewrite record books

Scotland rewrote the rugby history books as they defeated England in the 2018 Six Nations to lift the Calcutta Cup at Murrayfield.

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18hESPN Staff

England's Grand Slam hopes in tatters as Scotland end drought

England's Six Nations Grand Slam hopes are in tatters as Scotland ended a 10-year wait for a victory against the auld enemy, with Gregor Townsend's men inflicting only a second defeat on Eddie Jones in a thrilling 25-13 win at Murrayfield.

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1dPA Sport

Robshaw: Scottish 'tricks' won't faze England

Chris Robshaw has warned Scotland that any dirty tricks campaign at Murrayfield on Saturday will only succeed in making England stronger as Eddie Jones' side put their unbeaten start to the Six Nations on the line.

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2dMartyn Thomas

Reputations, title hopes on the line in Edinburgh

England will roll into Murrayfield on Saturday afternoon battling more than just the elements and 23 players in dark blue. The whole of Scotland will be eager to see them sent packing.

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2dPA Sport

Borthwick: We're prepared for Scotland games

England forwards coach Steve Borthwick insists Eddie Jones' side are ready for any Scottish gamesmanship in the build-up to Saturday's Six Nations Calcutta Cup clash at Murrayfield.

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3dMartyn Thomas

Jones: England practice like the All Blacks

Eddie Jones will lead England into battle at Murrayfield on Saturday confident that his side can secure the victory that would maintain their quest for a third successive Six Nations title under his guidance. But he hasn't always felt so assured.

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3dMartyn Thomas

England coach Jones declares love for West Ham

England coach Eddie Jones has revealed that he grew up supporting West Ham United due to their mix of artistic forwards and rugged defenders.

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3dNick Bewley

Fantasy Rugby 2018: Week three preview

A week's break has left everyone salivating for international rugby and the Six Nations returns with Ireland hosting Wales, Scotland looking to end a 10-year-wait for a Calcutta Cup win against England and France vying with Italy for a first victory.

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3dKaty Daley-McLean

Daley-McLean: Crazy to underestimate Scotland at home

England Women fly-half Katy Daley-McLean hopes that her team can take the positives from previous Six Nations games against Italy and Wales to produce a third win on Friday evening.

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3dESPN Staff

England recall Hughes for Calcutta Cup

Eddie Jones has made one change to his side for England's Calcutta Cup clash with Scotland as Nathan Hughes returns at No. 8.

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3dPA Sport

Lawes: England must target Scotland's Russell

Courtney Lawes insists England must prevent Finn Russell from leaving his imprint on Saturday's Calcutta Cup showdown if Scotland are to be toppled at Murrayfield.

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4dPA Sport

Joseph: You've got to put your trust in Jones

Jonathan Joseph accepts that his outside centre duel with Ben Te'o means his England place is always shrouded in uncertainty but insists the players have to put their trust in head coach Eddie Jones.

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4dESPN Staff

Unchanged Scotland out to end England streak

Gregor Townsend has kept faith with the same starting XV that defeated France for Scotland's Calcutta Cup clash with England in the Six Nations this Saturday.

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5dMartyn Thomas

England coach Gustard under 'sword of Damocles'

Paul Gustard helped mould England's defence into one of the least hospitable in world rugby, but that doesn't mean he won't feel a little anxious as he sits alongside Eddie Jones at Murrayfield on Saturday.

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5dChris M. Jones

Care: RWC glory would make sacrifices worthwhile

Danny Care, England's most-capped scrum-half, is acutely aware of the time he is spending away from his young family and has set his sights on winning the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

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5dESPN Staff

Scot Moyes helping England ahead of Calcutta Cup

England coach Eddie Jones will bend the ear of West Ham boss David Moyes as he continues his preparation for the Calcutta Cup clash with Scotland this Saturday.

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8dDanny Cipriani

Cipriani: Tough wins becoming habit for England

England have opened their bid for a third successive Six Nations crown with two very different, yet equally impressive, victories.

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9dMartyn Thomas

World Cup, England trump money for Haskell

No one could accuse James Haskell of lacking passion when it comes to pulling on an England shirt, and his desire to represent his country at one more Rugby World Cup is such that he is ready to take a hit to his earnings in order to stay in contention.

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9dMartyn Thomas

Gustard: England train for 'Underhill' moments

England train for moments such as Sam Underhill's try-saving tackle on Wales centre Scott Williams, according to England defence coach Paul Gustard.

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10dESPN Staff

RFU releases anti-doping report

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has admitted an Aviva Premiership player could go an entire season without being tested as it published its annual doping report for the 2016-17 season.

2018 RankingsSix Nations

  • ENG2nd
    TRIES SCORED 1st Ireland : 13 Tries Scored
    IRE1st
    10
    13
  • ENG2nd
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Ireland : 49 Points Difference
    IRE1st
    25
    49