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To that effect, Robinson has shuffled his pack with four changes – wing Simon Danielli, centre Joe Ansbro, scrum-half Rory Lawson and flanker Nathan Hines all getting the nod.
But while Scotland may have been made overwhelming underdogs by the bookies, Robinson says there’s no better place to buck the formbook and history than Twickenham.
He said: “All I'll be saying to the players is it's a fantastic stadium to go and play, the pitch is in cracking order and where better place to go out and show what you're about than to do that at Twickenham.
“Twickenham's a fantastic stadium and there will be really good support for Scotland going there.
“The players have got to be inspired by the stadium and also by the team that they're playing against.
“They're playing against a team which is a very good side at the moment, they're right at the top of their game, playing with really good width, scoring tries from anywhere on the pitch and also with a very dominant forward pack that's giving them control of the game.
“When you come into a game like this every area is going to be challenged and we have to have players that are right at the top of their game.
“We have the personnel who can deal with it, but we have to be right at the top of our game and everybody's got to work for each other. It's about us focusing on what we're about.”