Lock Calum Green insists England's Under 20 clash with Scotland will be a walk in the park after going head-to-head with one of the Guinness Premiership's toughest second rows.
The 19-year-old grabbed the headlines in the Premiership last weekend as he inspired club Leicester Tigers to a 35-19 victory over London Irish.
Green drew the plaudits after going toe-to-toe with internationals Bob Casey and Nick Kennedy and admits he’s ready for anything after his stunning display.
“Going up against Casey and Kennedy was tough but I really enjoyed it,” said Green – tipped as a future England captain.
“I’m still young so any Premiership experience is going to be good for me.
“I learnt quite a lot just by going up against them and hopefully I can take that into the Scotland game.
“Losing (25-10) to Ireland last time out was frustrating and we know it will be tough against Scotland. But we’re confident we can get back to winning ways.”