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England need a miracle, really. Barclay and Watson continue to prove a real handful at the breakdown. England still have the ball, into an eighth phase, but Scotland are making them work for every yard gained.
Itoje has just been walloped — fairly — to the floor. Gregor Townsend will be delighted with this defensive display, as much as their slick attacking moves. Lawes fails to release the ball and Scotland earn another penalty.
A meaty — but ultimately stupid — no-arms challenge by Underhill on Jamie Bhatti earns him a yellow card. The Murrayfield crowd are over the moon. England are down to 14 men for the next 10 minutes. And Scotland will doubtless lap up that penalty too.
A change for the Scots, with Tommy Seymour — who looks in a lot of pain — replaced by year-old local lad Blair Kinghorn. Scotland gladly pick up another penalty, with Lawes penalised for stepping over into the ruck. Underhill is working wonders for England at the breakdown, with the onus firmly back on Scotland to cope with their man-power now. Meanwhile, for the hosts, Ali Price replaces Greig Laidlaw. Nigel Owens is quick to stop a bit of afters between Launchbury and his opposite number.
England need to find nine points from somewhere. A penalty, just inside the Scotland 22 is a good starting point. Good work by Sam Underhill, just on, does brilliantly to get over the ball.
A recap of those changes: Jack Nowell is on for Dylan Hartley, among a flurry of England personnel changes. Sean Maitland is causing the England defence a real headache. He is finding lots of joy down the flank, stopped in his tracks by a at-full-stretch Mike Brown this time. A Courtney Lawes knock-on laid the ball on a plate for Watson and Itoje to race on to, with Farrell eventually on the end of it. Peter Horne was — momentarily — coasting towards the try-line, with three team-mates for company on the overlap but the pass is poor, and Mike Brown intercepts to nab the ball away from Hamish Watson.
That could prove a costly error by the Scots. Horne had plenty of options. Joseph goes on a mazying run before Launchbury takes over. Then May is back on the front-foot down the left.