Blair Kinghorn will feature for Scotland for the first time this year as they welcome England to Edinburgh on Saturday afternoon.

Toulouse's Kinghorn has recovered from the injury that ruled him out of rounds one and two of the Championship to take his place at fullback.

The 27-year-old mostly deputised for Stuart Hogg at 15 in last year's Guinness Men's SIx Nations, before bursting to prominence at fly-half in a hat-trick performance in the closing round against Italy.

Following an agonising loss to France in round two, Scotland are now setting their sights on a fifth win in seven Calcutta Cup meetings with England. Victory in Edinburgh would equal their longest winning streak of four matches in this fixture, which was achieved between 1893-1896.

Scotland team to face England (16:45, live on BBC)

15. Blair Kinghorn 14. Kyle Steyn 13. Huw Jones 12. Sione Tuipulotu - Vice-Captain 11. Duhan van der Merwe 10. Finn Russell – Co-Captain 9. Ben White 1. Pierre Schoeman 2. George Turner 3. Zander Fagerson 4. Grant Gilchrist 5. Scott Cummings 6. Jamie Ritchie 7. Rory Darge – Co-Captain 8. Jack Dempsey


16. Ewan Ashman 17. Alec Hepburn 18. Elliot Millar-Mills 19. Sam Skinner 20. Andy Christie 21. George Horne 22. Ben Healy 23. Cameron Redpath