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A victory against Pumas would have assured Scotland’s place in the quarter finals and for a large tract of the match they were out in front until Lucas Gonzalez Amorosino dashed over in the final ten minutes for a converted try.
That means a victory over RBS 6 Nations champions England is the bare minimum to keep their proud record of qualifying for the knockout stages in every World Cup.
And scrum-half Lawson says they are going to have to dig deep to deliver a famous result against England.
Lawson said: “Ultimately, we've got to go to Auckland, put on a big performance, finish strongly and give ourselves a chance of progressing.
“We've got a six-day turnaround now, so we'll go away and look at the game.
“Ultimately, it was going to be small margins that dictated the winner against Argentina and, fair play, Amorosino took his try exceptionally well.
“On the night, it was always going to be about controlling territory, controlling possession and building pressure and they maybe just won that contest.
“You have to finish sides like Argentina off. They are far too experienced and you saw what it meant to them.
“I say to the Scotland supporters, I know you will be hurting at the result, but you should be proud of how your side played.”
Argentina face Georgia, who have lost both of their opening games so far, in the early hours of Sunday morning where they are expected to win comfortably.
If they do, Scotland, who lost 22-16 to England in March, must beat Martin Johnson’s men by at least seven points to prevent England from gaining a potentially crucial bonus point.