England rugby coach Eddie Jones may have revealed his team at training
England are into their second week of preparation for their clash with Six Nations surprise package Scotland on Saturday (4pm).
But they appear to have accidentally let slip their plans for the weekend during a routine session at their Pennyhill Park training base.
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Photographers grabbed shots whiteboards at the side of the pitch showing teams for two separate drills with one team in white bibs and the other in blue.
In previous weeks, the team training in white bibs has been the starting XV for the following game.
The strongest team for the drills, apparently in the left column, includes returns for Ben Youngs, Jonathan Joseph and Jack Nowell, all of whom missed the win over Italy.
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It also features Billy Vunipola, who has been recovering from a knee injury since November and looks set to replace Nathan Hughes at No 8.
England confirmed yesterday that the 24-year-old would be involved in some form, although scrum coach Neal Hatley suggested it could be him or Hughes at the back of the pack.
"[Billy] has done enough to prove he should be involved in the squad," Hatley said.
England rugby training teams more often than not reflect their starting line-ups
Ben Youngs is expected to regain his place in the starting XV
Jonny May looks to have been left out after starting against Italy
"It's great to have the competition between him and Nathan Hughes but it's fantastic to have Billy back.
"He brings a good boost to the boys, he's a likeable character so he brings a good energy to the squad. It's a confidence boost for us.
"He brings really good control at the base and is one of the top carriers around. He has real power.
"Defensively he hits hard because of his size and he's good over the ball. He looks in very good nick."