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England Women cant be complacent, says captain Spencer
Spencer, whose side must win on Saturday to keep their title ambitions alive, admits England slipped up once before this season because of complacency, so the Red Roses can't take anything for granted.
"This year's Six Nations has been much closer than it's been for long time, but as we go into the final round we're again sitting top of the table on superior points' difference," said the Bristol No. 8.
"We have the opportunity to win a fourth title and, again make history, but I also know we mustn't be complacent. We've made that mistake against Wales, and we can't afford to do it again."
England go into the final game against Scotland on the back of a superb 52-7 victory against France, and Spencer is hoping her side can recreate the form they showed in that match.
"I'm sure Scotland will throw everything they have got at us," added Spencer. "They won't hold anything back. Even so I'm confident that if we can continue the form that we demonstrated against Ireland and France we can win this game.
"This year's tournament has certainly produced a roller coaster of emotions, from the lows of losing against Wales to the highs of beating France so well. We have learnt so much over the last few weeks, so I'm hopeful that we can continue to improve going in to the game on Saturday."
1 Rochelle Clark Blaydon
2 Amy Garnett Saracens
3 Sophie Hemming Bristol
4 Rebecca Essex Richmond
5 Joanna McGilchrist Wasps
6 Karen Jones Richmond
7 Gemma Sharples Worcester
8 Catherine Spencer (C) Bristol
9 Amy Turner Richmond
10 Katy McLean (VC) Darlington Mowden Park Sharks
11 Fiona Pocock Richmond
12 Alice Richardson Richmond
13 Emily Scarratt Lichfield
14 Katherine Merchant Worcester
15 Charlotte Barras Saracens
16 Claire Purdy Wasps
17 Katy Storie Blaydon
18 Sarah Hunter Lichfield
19 Sarah Beale Lichfield
20 Georgina Rozario Plymouth Albion
21 Kimberley Oliver Bristol
22 Francesca Matthews Richmond
England Women RBS 6 Nations Fixtures:
Feb 7th England v Italy 13.30 London Welsh RFC
Feb 14th Wales v England 13.00 Taffs Wells RFC, Cardiff
Feb 27th Ireland v England 18.30 St. Mary's RFC, Dublin
March 15th England v France 13.30 London Welsh RFC
March 21st England v Scotland 13.30 London Welsh RFC
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