What is the Calcutta Cup?
It is the oldest of several individual competitions that take place under the umbrella of the Six Nations and is up for grabs when England take on the auld enemy, Scotland.
It was created when the Calcutta Football Club (India), upon deciding to disband in 1878, withdrew the club's remaining funds in silver rupees and commissioned the Cup to be crafted from these.
It was then given to the Rugby Football Union with the intention of it becoming a club trophy equivalent to football's FA Cup, but the RFU decided it would instead become the prize in an annual match between England and Scotland.
Although the Cup was first competed for in 1879, the plates on its base display records dating back to 1871.