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England host Scotland in the final match of the 2019 Six Nations on Saturday evening.

England team to face Scotland: Elliot Daly, Jack Nowell, Henry Slade, Manu Tuilagi, Jonny May, Owen Farrell (captain), Ben Youngs; Ben Moon, Jamie George, Kyle Sinckler, Joe Launchbury, George Kruis, Mark Wilson, Tom Curry, Billy Vunipola.

Ben Moon starts at prop in place of Ellis Genge, who also drops to the bench, in four changes in total to the starting XV.

The big talking point, however, was the absence of giant 21-year-old Cokanasiga who, winning his fourth cap, wowed the crowd at Twickenham last week with his athletic running and eye-catching one-hand carrying.

Jones says the comparison was "rubbish conversation" earlier in the week.

Youngs made his global debut off the bench against the Scots in 2010 at Murrayfield, on the wing, and this Saturday (March 16) makes his 85th appearance for the national side when they welcome a Scottish team looking to win their first match at Twickenham in nearly 40 years.

"He'll feature very strongly in our plans for the future, but we just feel this week that Jack Nowell is our best player in that position". 'I remember he did it a bit with Maro Itoje and he turned out all right, ' said Farrell.

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Ben Youngs will make his 85th appearance to surpass the England record for a scrum-half held by Danny Care.

"We might have short memories sometimes, but sometimes you have longer memories", Jones recalled, without elaborating of what exactly annoyed him. "A draw is good but in the whole tournament we need to win these games when they're close". If Ireland win, so be it.

"There's not one area we need to fix, apart from our ability just to be able to regain ourselves".

Wales' result meant there was little pressure on England, while Scotland similarly had little to lose when they trailed 31-0.

For Scotland, they will take great pride in that second half performance, having looked dead and buried at half-time. "If we impose our game on Scotland it'll be pretty tough for them", said Jones, whose team finished fifth last season after losing their last three games and then lost two in a row against South Africa.

"All we've got to do is learn and improve". "I think we are clearly getting really good clarity about the way we want to play and the way we can be the best in the world".

"Because you do that in the pool game against Tonga, for instance, then you can find yourselves in a hard situation going forward".