Eddie Jones has been using last year's niggly defeat to fire up his players
Eddie Jones declared on Thursday that he had as much interest in the machinations over a new world league that have dominated the headlines this week than the horse racing at Cheltenham.
No, it seems the England head coach only has one thing on his mind, and he is determined that the Scotland side who arrive at Twickenham on Saturday searching for their first win in London since 1983 will pay the price.
Jones has already spoken about not forgetting how he and his side were treated at Murrayfield last year, when Scotland inflicted a surprise defeat that would derail England to such an extent that they finished fifth in the Six Nations Championship.
The niggle between the two sides begun even before…