Robinson: We've taken a huge knock but the 'boys are buzzing' to face England
Scotland coach Andy Robinson admits that the squad had 'a lot knocked out of them' after the defeat to Argentina but are more ready than ever to face England on Saturday.
"They had a lot knocked out of them but now the boys are buzzing," Robinson told ITV Sport's Gabriel Clarke, "I think it (the defeat against Argentina) makes you stronger, it makes you want to face the next challenge, which is England on Sunday."
Robinson has made six changes to his team for their must-win Rugby World Cup Pool B game against England with skipper Alastair Kellock, who missed the dramatic defeat by Argentina on Sunday, returning as does prop Euan Murray and number eight Richie Vernon.
Mike Blair is given the scrum-half jersey, Simon Danielli is named on the wing while Joe Ansbro will start at outside centre.
Sean Lamont moves from the wing to inside centre, while Ruaridh Jackson retains his place at fly-half.
"I've made a number of changes as what we have is 30 very good international rugby players. I wanted to put a little more pace in the outside backs and that's why Simon Danielli comes in and Joe Ansbro," said Robinson.