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Croft's wary of Dublin as English target Slam

Tom Croft turned his sights to Grand Slam glory after making a try-scoring return for England.

The Leicester flanker came off the bench to score the only try in England's hard-fought 22-16 win over Scotland at Twickenham.

Martin Johnson's men now have one hand on the Six Nations title -- and a win in Dublin next Saturday will clinch a first clean sweep since 2003.

England's points difference is so much better than nearest rivals Wales that they should be crowned Six Nations champions even if they lose in Dublin.

Croft is relishing the opportunity after finally recovering from the fractured shoulder which kept him out of the wins over Wales, Italy and France.

"It was great to be back involved with a squad that is going well and hopefully we can finish the job off now," said Croft.

"The Irish will be very dangerous with that Triple Crown gone. They will want to spoil our party."