England vs Scotland
At 4pm on Saturday 2 February, hoards of Socttish fans will make the journey south for a thrilling contest at Twickenham, home of English rugby.
The largest stadium in Britain, Twickenham has a seating capacity of 82,000, and a history dating back to the beginning of the 20th century. The terraces frequently reverberate to the strains of 'Swing Low, Sweet Chariot', which has become the anthem of the British rugby supporters.
A visit to the home of British rugby is perfectly situated for a drive around the historic sights of south-west London. Don't miss the neo-Palladian Chiswick House and the stunning Marble Hill House. Syon House, opposite Kew Gardens, is the last remaining ducal residence and country estate in Greater London.
Scotland were awarded the 'Wooden Spoon' in 2012, losing all five of their fixtures, including a 13-6 defeat to England. The Scottish side will be looking to get their campaign off to a better start in 2013 when they travel to Twickenham for their opening fixture.