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In Robshaw's first match as captain - and Stuart Lancaster's first as head coach - England triumphed 13-6 in what was the first victory for the Red Rose at Murrayfield since 2004.
England began their 2014 campaign with an agonising 26-24 defeat to France in Paris but earned plenty of their plaudits for showing attacking intent having slipped to an early 16-3 deficit.
Last season's 38-18 victory for England at aside, Calcutta Cup clashes tend to be tense affairs and in the previous four clashes at Murrayfield, just one try has been scored.
But Robshaw, who captains an unchanged England XV, is certain that his side have the armoury to fight fire with fire in Scotland, as well as play with ball in hand.
"We speak about being an all-court team and being able to mix it when it's wet and dirty but also playing an expansive game," Robshaw said.
"I've only been to Murrayfield once. It's a very tough environment. They put a lot of pressure on the breakdown and try and slow you down.
"We know we're going to have to face adversity at times, we know it's going to be tough and attritional.
"Whenever we play Scotland it's always a pretty ferocious game and the rivalry between the two countries adds to that.
"If you look at the character of the squad every guy seems to step up in these arenas.
"We've been to some pretty hostile environments, Murrayfield being one of them. Paris last week, Ellis Park, all these type of places. It's you against them and you need to make sure you come out on top."