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Six Nations: Scotland 0-20 England

England got their Six Nations campaign back on track with a crushing 20-0 victory over Scotland at Murrayfield Stadium on Saturday.

Luther Burrell and Mike Brown both scored their second international tries to overcome a Scotland side who amid the yellow card to Alex Dunbar failed to register a single point throughout the 80 minutes as they fell to a fourth successive defeat.

The underdogs' hopes of producing an unexpected victory were not helped by Greig Laidlaw, who sent two penalties wide.

While England can look forward with relish to the visit of unbeaten Ireland in a fortnight's time, Scotland have now failed to beat their great rivals in any of their last seven meetings.

Poor in defeat in Dublin last week, they were worse six days on, and the capacity crowd at Murrayfield were disconsolate long before the end.

"Nothing worked. We couldn't get anything going. It is massively disappointing. The setpiece was malfunctioning and the line-out wasn't going well," replacement scrum-half Chris Cusiter said after the match.

"If that is not working then you won't win a Six Nations game."

England will host Ireland at Twickenham in the next round with Scotland visiting Italy the same day.


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