England scrum against Georgia during Six Nations rest week
Last Updated: 13/02/18 8:40pm
England's scrum was put through its paces by Georgia during a training session in London on Tuesday.
The Georgians are spending two days with England during the first fallow week of the Six Nations in order to give Eddie Jones' pack set-piece practice.
"Our forwards learnt a lot," said Jones. "We went backwards once and then forwards a few times so it was a really good contested session.
"The players enjoyed it greatly and enjoyed the challenge of scrummaging against a different pack. It was certainly worthwhile."
Nathan Hughes was present at No 8 following his recovery from a knee injury ahead of his likely recall for the clash with Scotland on February 24.
Hughes is expected to replace Sam Simmonds, whose shoulder injury rules him out of the games against Scotland and France.
England sit second in the Six Nations with two wins from their opening two games. They trail Ireland on scoring difference.