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England set for Grand Slam?

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14
Mar
England may have had all the ball yesterday but a plucky Scotland never gave up though many of them will have bruised and tired bodies this morning.

England deserved to win but they failed to capitalise on all the ball they were winning at both the lineouts and scrums. They will be toast in Dublin at the weekend if they do not finish off their moves.

In the backs, I'd drop Flood and Tindall though I might consider playing both Flood and Wilkinson (back to his best form); in the forwards there need to be changes in the back row.
 
Still, it was good to be back at Twickenham yesterday and meet up with old friends.


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