England head coach Stuart Lancaster wants his side to become more clinical if they are to finish victorious in their final Six Nations fixture against France on Saturday 21 March.
Lancaster’s side beat Scotland 25-13 to take home the Calcutta Cup, but they had to fight back from trailing 13-10 at the break, with a number of superb opportunities spurned.
The 45-year-old concedes that there must be improvements, telling BBC Sport, “We know we’ll need to be more clinical if we are to get the job done against France.”
He continued: “It was frustrating watching the first half against Scotland.
“We probably left three or four tries out there. We were creating chances but we didn’t finish them.”
England are top of the table – but level on points with Wales and Ireland – and with their fixture the last of the three teams to be played, the title will go down to the wire.