Scotland international Jason White has set his sights on shattering England's Grand Slam ambitions for the second time in three years.
Ian McGeechan's team ran out 19-13 winners in the final game of the 6 Nations in April 2000, with stand-off Duncan Hodge scoring all the points at a rain-lashed Murrayfield.
Glasgow Warriors back-row forward White made his debut as part of the team on that day and has England in his sights again at Twickenham this weekend.
White was named man of the match in the 30-22 victory over Wales last week and is confident Scotland can build on that triumph against Clive Woodward's side.
White said: "We can win it. If there is one team you want to beat it is England. It's just the way we've been brought up."