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BEFORE THE Five Nations began, the pundits were writing off Scotland as near-certainties for the wooden spoon. However, an inspired victory over Wales at Murrayfield a fortnight ago has changed those predictions. Now, today's match - England vs Scotland (1.30pm Sky Sports 2) - does not look such a foregone conclusion. All the same, you would still expect England's titanic pack, led by captain Lawrence Dallaglio and lock Martin Johnson, to be victorious on a ground where Scotland have not won since 1983.

Since the death of John F Kennedy, Americans like nothing more than a conspiracy theory. This makes a neat starting-point for Conspiracy Theory (10pm Sky Premier), a superior thriller in which paranoid New York cab driver Mel Gibson (right) becomes enmeshed in a web of intrigue.

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