Scotland got their Six Nations campaign back on track with a fourth successive Calcutta Cup victory over England. 

You have to go back to the 1970s for the last time Scotland recorded four wins in a row over the Auld Enemy, and back more than a century for the last time they achieved that feat in the Home Nations/Five Nations/Six Nations championship. 

Duhan van der Merwe was the star of the show - his hat-trick of tries the first by a Scot in the fixture  - while Finn Russell added the rest of the points from the boot in a 30-21 win. 

Derek and Gavin discuss all the big talking points from that game at Scottish Gas Murrayfield, and you can watch the video below. 

They also discuss Italy's draw with 14-man France in Lille, and a comfortable win for Ireland over Wales in Dublin as their march towards back-to-back Grand Slams continues. 

The Six Nations takes another week's pause before Scotland head to Rome on March 9 before a trip to the Aviva Stadium on Super Saturday.