Scotland’s 12 try scorers against England in the Six Nations

Since ‘five became six’ back in the year 2000, 12 different Scotland internationals have crossed the whitewash against the Auld Enemy.

Wednesday, 13th March 2019, 1:56 pm
Updated Wednesday, 13th March 2019, 2:02 pm
06/02/16. TSPL Shift. RBS Six Nations Rugby, Calcutta Cup match, Scotland v England, Murrayfield Stadium. Scotland's Stuart Hogg with England's George Kruis closing in. Picture Ian Rutherford

Scotland have won four of those 18 games and these are the players who were able to break the defensive lines of the English.

The "Tartan Flash" has scored four times against England in the last two years but will miss this Saturday's game through injury.
The Saracens winger scored in his Scotland debut at Twickenham in 2013 and also finished off a memorable score last year at Murrayfield

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Scored Scotland's first Try the last time the sides met a Twickenham where Scotland lost 61-21
The 2015 World Rugby Breakthrough Player of the Year nominee scored at Twickenham in that year's Six Nations
What Scotland wouldn't give to have him available this weekend! Hogg scored his only try against England in 2013
Long before he was 'Dancing on Ice' the winger was dancing over the Twickenham try line in 2011
The former Stade Francais forward opened the scoring at Twickenham in 2007 and also crossed the whitewash there two years earlier.
Scored the second of Scotland's two tries in 2007's 42-20 loss, Scotland's last try against England for the next four years.
The former Glasgow winger earned 105 Scotland Caps but only managed one try against England, that was in 2005's 42-23 loss at Twickenham.
Craig also represented Scotland at Rugby League while in his Union career he was another to score in the 2005 Twickenham defeat.
The Winger scored eight tries in his 32 Scotland Caps including the only one in 2004's 13-35 defeat at Murrayfield
Hodge scored all of Scotand's points in 2000's 19-13 win at Murrayfield - the first meeting of the sides in the Six Nations