England Team Unchanged

The England team will remain unchanged for the upcoming rugby match against Scotland on Saturday in the Six Nations tournament. Ben Youngs who is a promising scrum half has been released from the squad. Despite his broken nose Jonny May the winger from Gloucester is hopeful to play although it is to be seen whether he plays in the starting team or not. May broke his while playing against France where England suffered a narrow defeat. Courtney Lawes who suffered from a cheekbone bruising is also fit to play in Saturday’s match. England may face a problem in the flying half area because they have only one specialist there. Owen Farrell has been given the responsibility to handle that part as both Freddie Burns and George Ford has been released from the squad. It is to be seen whether this is a tactical move from England or not because in the last few matches they have played with more than one fly half specialist.

Stuart Lancaster the coach of the England team said that Lee Dickson and Danny Care deserve a second chance although both of them have slipped to a ninth spot. He is confident about their performance and hopes that Saturday’s match will prove to be a turning point for them. He also said that the defeat against France was a disappointing as they were so close to winning it. However he said that the players will see the next game as a comeback match. On asked whether the France game was a setback for the team or not he said that it was not. There were times when England almost got the better of France but ultimately one team had to win. He added that the game against Scotland will be a better one and they would surely try their level best to win it.