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Things will not get any easier with a trip to Twickenham – a venue Scotland last tasted victory at five years before 23-year-old Jackson was born – to face an England team with a potential Grand Slam in their sights.
But while there could not be a starker contrast between the two team’s form, Jackson believes Scotland could prove a surprise package.
He said: “Hopefully I’ve done enough to cause Andy a headache and hopefully it will be a tough decision for him.
“I felt I did all right out there, so hopefully I can get another chance at Twickenham.
“It’s certainly going to be a tough game and it would be awesome to be a part of.
“They’re on a roll, so it will be up to us to cause a shock by going down there to get a win.
“It was a step in the right direction. Although we didn’t get the win it was much better than the Wales game and hopefully we can keep building on that – and it would be a good game to get a win.
“We did some good stuff at times and made a lot of breaks. It’s now about getting that clinical edge to our game so we can finish things off and be ruthless.
“The tries are at the edge of our fingertips so hopefully we can start converting them.”