Courtney Lawes aims at England 'domination' against Auld enemy
Courtney Lawes has said he is hoping to help England "dominate" their crucial Rugby World Cup clash against Scotland on Saturday (October 1st).
The lock is set to return to the side after being suspended for two games for striking Argentine hooker Mario Ledesma with his knee in the opening pool game and stated that he is keen to "make amends" for his misdemeanor.
With the Pumas having beaten the Scots 13-12, the final game could see either British side eliminated from the competition, with England set to go out if they lose without gaining a bonus point.
Reflecting on this, Lawes said: "Scotland are going to come out but at the same time it means it is do or die for us as well so we're looking to display our dominance."
Those only able to watch the game from afar may wish to enjoy corporate hospitality at the next fixture between the two, the Six Nations Clash at Murrayfield in the new year.
Discussing the game, Scotland coach Andy Robinson has predicted Scotland will be "fired up" and "able to go out and win".
By Sam Smith