The Official Online RBS 6 Nations Store is open. The store has everything you need to get behind your team during the RBS 6 Nations, plus the store is now fully stocked with a much wider range of rugby merchandise.
While the days of the raw hatred between the sides, notably in the 1990 Five Nations Grand Slam decider at Murrayfield, may have dissipated, Johnson is still expecting nothing less than another full-on war at Twickenham.
"People anticipate a big Calcutta Cup game,” he said. “There is one constant with Calcutta Cup games, no matter what the score has been. They are always a fight and a battle.
"The intensity of the game is what it is all about. England teams have that history with Scotland and when I was involved it was an edgy game.
"There was genuine hatred between the players, genuine dislike. It is nothing like it was then.
“There was a real edge there  but the world has changed a little bit.
"That went away at the end of the decade when they weren't quite so competitive, but it is a classic game, a big tussle.
"When the players get out there they will be into it, there is no doubt about it. Tomorrow we have to earn everything we get."