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Date: Saturday, February 8
Venue: Murrayfield, Edinburgh
Kickoff: 17:00 GMT
Referee: Jérôme Garcès (France)
Assistant Referees: George Clancy (Ireland), Mike Fraser (New Zealand)
TMO: Eric Gauzins (France)
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For Scotland: All eyes naturally will be on Chris Fusaro. Opting for a specialist is understandable, but there are few tougher fixtures than a Calcutta Cup match in which to make your debut. Fusaro will have to adapt and adapt fast as England will take no prisoners at the breakdown, where Tom Wood and Chris Robshaw are difficult to shift.
Elsewhere this is a big game for Duncan Weir. The 21-year-old is a talent but can be erratic, not what Scotland require when seeking to win matches but what they do need for the future.
For England: For numerous reasons in Paris, Dan Cole had a rough night. Thomas Domingo had the better of him at the scrum and England paid the price, conceding six points from scrum penalties that by full-time had cost them. It’s unlike Cole to have two bad games in a row and the Leicester tighthead will no doubt feel slightly wounded. Ryan Grant, Cole’s fellow British and Irish Lion last year, has been warned.
Elsewhere, Jack Nowell finished with the most metres for England (81) and second highest number of tackles (10) on his Test debut in Paris. He is some talent who will only get better with time.
Head-to-Head: Glasgow lock Tim Swinson might not be the more obvious choice for a star Scottish player, but if you’re keeping Richie Gray out of the side then you must be doing something right. Swinson caught the eye in Dublin as he made 15 tackles, more than any other Scot, and worked well in the lineout. Only David Denton carried more effectively in the pack. That work-rate shown by Swinson is exactly what Scotland need.