With the four home nations clashing in the Six Nations yesterday and the first Lions Test against South Africa just over a year away, here are the men that would pull on the red jersey based entirely on yesterdays displays.
15. Jordan Larmour (Ireland): Excellent try, stepping inside Nick Tompkins and muscling his way over. Dangerous with ball in hand.
14. Jonny May (England): Hit very hard twice in the first five minutes, and had a tough job in the back three that he did pretty solidly. Kept himself busy.
13. Robbie Henshaw (Ireland): Answered the questions about playing at 13. Nice offloads in the first half and gave Tompkins a torrid time before departing to HIA.
12. Owen Farrell (England): Booed by the Scots and missed more than his share of goal kicks in shocking conditions but led his team superbly and finished it off.
11. Blair Kinghorn (Scotland): Was massively fired up for the game against England and it showed. Eagerly looked for work and was a reliable source of go-forward every time he got it. A massive improvement on last week.
10. Johnny Sexton (Ireland): Shanked his first conversion attempt and strayed into dangerous territory in his communications with the referee. But led his team to victory. Best of a underperforming bunch.
9. Conor Murray (Ireland): Found his flow better than against the Scots. His box kicking kept the Welsh out of Irish territory during the first-half battle and his snappy passing got him two try assists.