I think the match at Twickenham will be very hard for Italy for many reasons. On the Italian side we showed in Edinburgh that we have lost a lot of confidence in ourselves.
Playing at Twickenham is always hard and without confidence it will be even harder. On the other hand we have nothing to lose because no-one is expecting that we can win at Twickenham.
But we are playing an England team who are in a difficult position because for the first time in as long as I can remember they are trying to avoid the wooden spoon.
It won't be a pretty match. It'll be difficult. Honestly I don't think Italy will win but I hope they can play some good rugby. If we do that that will please me.
If we play like we did for most of the match against Ireland I will be happy. But we need to find a quality kicker. The problem is we do not have one when even Morocco do. It's a problem we really need to solve because it cost us the last match in Scotland.
The coach (John Kirwan) must choose between Gert Peens or Roland De Marigny. Cristian Stoica will probably not play so he must make a change at centre as well.
I really hope Italy can win but I'm not living in a dream world and I think in my heart England will win. I just hope we take the game to them.
England flanker James Haskell insists he will be pushing as hard as possible to be back from a toe injury in time to make his case for a spot in Eddie Jones' side looking to defend their RBS 6 Nations title next year.