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2009 Six Nations
7 Feb-21 March

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Phil Vickery, England; Chris Paterson, Scotland

England 26-12 Scotland: Buoyed by a good win over France, England will be looking to finish this Six Nations winning the Calcutta Cup

Mike Tindall, England; Chris Paterson, Mike Blair, Jason White, Scotland

The game starts with good drives from Max Evans for the visitors, and Mark Cueto and Mike Tindall for the home side

Harry Ellis, England

The first 20 minutes see the removal of Harry Ellis through injury and Chris Paterson's penalty open the scoring

Ugo Monye, England

England get the first try of the game, the first of Ugo Monye's international career, as the winger crashes in at the corner flag

Riki Flutey, England; Chris Paterson, Jason White, Scotland

England boss possession in attack with Scotland looking firm only for their line to be broken by Riki Flutey and Toby Flood convert the try

Toby Flood, England; Graeme Morrison, Scotland

The second half stumbles along with none of the earlier fluency, dominated by the boot, starting with Flood's 42nd minute penalty

Steve Borthwick, England; James Hamilton, Scotland

Scotland's kickers score well in the second half, regretting their previous lack of pressure given England's generosity with penalties

Mark Cueto, Mike Tindall, England; Alasdair Strokosch, Scotland

The visitors take heart from Paterson's penalty kicks, 15 from 15 this tournament, 30 since his last miss

Tom Croft, England; Thom Evans, Scotland

Scotland draw within a converted score of England who, starting to tire, replace Flood, Tom Croft and Lee Mears

Matthew Tait, England; Chris Paterson, Scotland

A drop-goal from Danny Care eases the pressure before Matthew Tait's late try secures a home victory for Martin Johnson's team

Steve Borthwick lifts the Calcutta Cup

Although never likely to win the Six Nations, England players and management will hope the Calcutta Cup will appease the nation's fans

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