The starting XV has been repeatedly overhauled while last week's schedule saw their day off switched but it now seems that radical change rather than mere tinkering is required for Scotland.
The defeat by England on Saturday highlighted a familiar flaw in Andy Robinson's side, they continue to lose because they cannot score tries.
The Scotland coach said that the responsibility is collective and that ultimately he is most accountable, but the pressure is now mounting on a coach whose teams – in four attempts with England and Scotland – have never finished higher than fourth in the RBS Six Nations. He is aware, too, that his Scotland sides have won fewer times in 11 championship matches than his predecessor Frank Hadden's did in his first campaign in 2006.
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