Weekend Review: Bookies clean up on England's shock Six Nations defeat


Wilson will face a disciplinary hearing held by a Six Nations disciplinary committee this Wednesday.

Six Nations officials have written to the Rugby Football Union (RFU) and Scottish Rugby Union (SRU) demanding an explanation of the events.

A awful first-half performance from England in which they conceded three tries left them a mountain to climb as they trailed 22-6 at the break, and despite improving throughout the second half at Murrayfield, they were always going to come off second best due to the biggest half-time deficit they've ever conceded to the Scots.

Both teams have tried to play down the incident but new footage which emerged on Monday put the spotlight back on Farrell. We got beaten at the breakdown and we've got to find out why.

"We allowed the game to disappoint us at times and there are some good lessons".

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Nothing sums up his game though, quite like this simply sumptuous pass to Huw Jones that set-up Scotland's second-try.

Head coach Eddie Jones dmitted that England lacked "intensity" during Saturday's defeat to Scotland.

But with a trip to leaders Ireland - the only side who can complete a Grand Slam this season after a 37-27 win over Wales - on the horizon, Townsend knows Scotland must improve away from Edinburgh if they want to be regarded as serious contenders for the Six Nations title.

England swaggered into Murrayfield emboldened by a run of 24 wins from 25 Tests but were caught cold by Scotland's intensity and ambition with World Cup-winning captain Martin Johnson blaming complacency. "As always Ronnie was the most popular pick with punters so we took quite a hammering from him beating Ding in the final", said Apati.