CHISELDON’S Jonny May will have the chance to move himself up England’s all-time try scorers list this afternoon following his inclusion in Eddie Jones’ starting line up against Scotland.

May, who currently sits in fifth place on 29 tries, will start on the wing for today’s Six Nations contest as the World Cup finalists compete for the Calcutta Cup at Murrayfield.

The 29-year-old’s two touchdowns against France last weekend saw him move ahead of former World Cup winner Jason Robinson and into the top five top scorers for his country.

May’s pair of tries came during a disheartening Six Nations opener for Eddie Jones’ men, who trailed 24-0 prior to the Leicester wing’s intervention - ultimately losing 24-17.

Having continued a sparkling run of form since the international tournament in Japan, May could quite easily find himself in second place on the all-time try scorer list if he maintains his form over the course of the Six Nations.

Having pulled within one try of Jeremy Guscott and two of the second-placed pairing of Will Greenwood and Ben Cohen, it seems likely that 53-cap May - who scored six tries in last season’s championship - will pick off the men ahead of him during the current campaign.

Unlike some of the others on this list, May had to be patient early in his England career, waiting eight Tests to open his account, but he heads to Murrayfield on Saturday with five tries from his past five matches.

Meanwhile, former Chippenham Academy student Tom Dunn could make his England senior debut from the bench after being called up following Luke Cowan-Dickie’s late withdrawal.