Scotland’s Rugby World Cup 2011 has got off to an underwhelming start. First they struggled to beat Romania, then they had a dour win over Georgia - the two sides who most felt would be the whipping boys of the group. Next up is Argentina, in a game that will probably decide who will qualify for the knock out rounds alongside England.
Despite beating the Pumas in their two most recent meetings, the Scots will still be out for revenge. At Rugby World Cup 2007, Argentina knocked them out at the quarter final stage. Former Scotland winger Kenny Logan says: "At the last World Cup we got scared, it was our biggest opportunity to get to the semi final. We didn’t do it because we didn’t go and play"
He added that the team must leave the pitch with no regrets: "If you give it your all you can’t at the end of the game turn around and say we should have done this, we should have done that. We need to take the game to them. We have a lot of good players."
In this video, Logan also calls for coach Andy Robinson to make some changes to the back division, suggesting that Rory Jackson should return to the fly half position instead of Dan Parks, and calls for Sean Lamont to be brought back into the centre from the wing.