Stuart Hogg: Got himself in a mess dealing with George Ford's clever toe-poke through which indirectly led to England's try 5

Sean Maitland: Had to wait until just before the hour mark for first real involvement then had a couple of clangers 5

Huw Jones: Few chances to shine but did have England on their toes near the end of first half 5

Sam Johnson: Huge tackle on Jonny May straight from kick-off and worked hard to inject impetus, but not much doing 6

Blair Kinghorn: Went past three defenders in most entertaining moment of the first half, but was swallowed up in contact and turned over 6

Adam Hastings: Coped well with the treacherous conditions but hard to escape the feeling that Scotland lack an edge without he-who-must-not-be-named 7

Ali Price: Safe pair of hands on the whole and always a sniping threat 6

Rory Sutherland: Barnstorming burst early in the second half set up Scotland's best period 7

Fraser Brown: Had a nightmare with the line-out darts in a treacherous wind 5

Zander Fagerson: A handful as always in the loose but doubts about scrum persist 6

Scott Cummings: Couple of infringements made life difficult for Scotland early on 6

Jonny Gray: Another huge shift from Scotland's great workhorse 6

Jamie Ritchie: Fought manfully but England came out on top in the battle of back rows 6

Hamish Watson: Scotland were overwhelmed at breakdown being turned over a staggering 21 times 6

Magnus Bradbury: Led the way with aggression in defence but couldn't get the team on the front foot with ball in hand 6


George Furbank: Scotland failed to test his ability to cope with the conditions 6

Jonny May: Was not the only player to kick poorly in the swirling wind 5

Jonathan Joseph: Hardly in the game 5

Owen Farrell: Had managed only one from four off the tee at the time of Ellis Genge's try, which could have been critical on another day 5

Elliot Daly: Not a game for the wide boys 5

George Ford: Snap drop-goal just before half time was bold but unsuccessful. Redeemed himself with a well-judged grubber in lead up to only try 6

Willi Heinz: A couple of badly-judged clearances killed his team during that third quarter 5

Mako Vunipola: Quiet game by his own standards but solid 5

Jamie George: The game's top tackler with 18 6

Kyle Sinckler: Great rip stole possession on England's line at crucial moment, when it was 3-3 and the Scots were beginning to turn the screw 6

Maro Itoje: His sort of match. He loves a good scrap 6

George Kruis: Influence of line-out specialist reduced by conditions 5

Lewis Ludlam: Some brilliant disruptive play, fully vindicating the decision to go with three open-sides in the back row 7

Sam Underhill: Gave away the penalty under the posts which allowed Hastings to square it at 3-3, but a huge presence generally 7

Tom Curry: He's not an authentic No.8 we are told. Does it matter? 7


Ellis Genge: Part of a big impact bench and scored the match-winning try 6