|Women’s Six Nations: England v Scotland|
|Venue: Twickenham, London Date: Saturday, 16 March Kickoff: 19:30 GMT|
|Coverage: Radio and live text commentary on the BBC Sport website and app.|
When flyhalf Katy Daley-Mclean left her England debut against Scotland from 2007, fewer than 300 people are there to watch.
Twenty five years on, the 33-year-old is preparing to manage Scotland again since she calls to get a Six Nations Grand Slam with the Red Roses.
England have mastered the tournament this year, scoring over 50 points in all these four wins – among which was facing of a list crowd of 10,545 at Exeter’s Sandy Park.
This weekend, also Daley-Mclean faces Scotland again – but that is where the similarities between her first and 107th limit end.
“In 2007, we were all working so we’d have travelled in for a team run before the game,” said that the 2014 World Cup-winning captain, that had been one of 28 players awarded a fulltime contract at January.
“When we were playing on Saturday, we’d have arrived at our base afterward, which would have turned into a much smaller place. We used Broadstreet Rugby Club at Coventry a good deal.
“If I was younger that the women realistically wouldn’t have played at Twickenham – notably not the last game of this tournament – and we absolutely wouldn’t have done the staff run “
|England’s 2019 Six Nations outcome|
|Ireland 7-51 England|
|England 41-26 France|
|Wales 12-51 England|
|England 55-0 Italy|
Red Roses on excursion
England have historically played their games at Twickenham Stoop, but started flying across the country this past year in a bid to reach new audiences.
England overcome Six Nations favourites France 41-26 at Doncaster’s Castle Park – a game in which Daley-Mclean surpassed 500 points because of her country – until thrashing Italy 55-0 at Exeter.