So the chariot is now chuntering towards a grand slam decider in Paris. So magnificent were the English that all before them now quake in their boots at the mere mention of the English. Utterly dominant in every facet at Twickenham it's merely a matter of crossing the Is and dotting the Ts before lifting the trophy in Paris come March. A trip to Rome is apt reward for such a performance last Saturday. Well not quite but it's easy to lose the run of yourselves with the 6 Nations, thankfully other nations never do that! You'd have thought that England would be in for a tough day up front against the Azzuri, especially in the scrum but given how they went against Ireland I don't think Johnno et al will be losing any sleep especially if they get as much lineout possession as they did at Twickenham, which is a distinct possibility given how that aspect went in Dublin. They may have more direction at half back but not getting the platform from the forwards, which would have been a given in previous years blunts that threat. It should be a routine win for England, cutting loose in the second half and coming away with a healthy points difference.