SCOTLAND captain Alastair Kellock is set to return to the team on Saturday seeking to skipper the side to victory in their must-win World Cup Pool B battle with England.
Kellock was omitted from the team to play Argentina in Wellington last Sunday and watched from the stands as the Pumas claimed a 13-12 win in agonising fashion.
The loss meant Scotland missed a first opportunity to qualify for the quarter-finals and left them needing to win by eight points or more at Eden Park -- thus denying England a losing bonus point -- to advance to the last eight.
The 30-year-old Glasgow Warriors second row has moved on from the disappointment of being dropped and the Pumas defeat and knows there is no margin for error against England.
He said: "Any player would want to play in this game.
"I feel bad for the guys who have missed out, because I was in that position last week.
"But it's about us focusing on trying to get the right result."