• England suffer first home loss to Scotland in 38 years
• Jones set to call on cavalry against Italy in Six Nations
Eddie Jones has admitted England let the country down in their dismal Six Nations defeat by Scotland and is set to call on the cavalry in the shape of Kyle Sinckler and Mako Vunipola. England will begin their inquest on Monday and have vowed to “have a good look at ourselves” following a first home loss to Scotland in 38 years.
On Saturday England scored their lowest Calcutta Cup points tally for 56 years with both Anthony Watson and Ollie Lawrence failing to touch the ball in the first half. The former captain Lawrence Dallaglio has branded Jones’s side “clueless” with the former full-back Mike Brown calling for the captain, Owen Farrell, to be dropped.