Captain of the England national rugby union team, Chris Robshaw, is hopeful to go all the way in the competition after being runners-up for the past 3 years. In 2013 England were beaten by Wales 30-3, regretted by the Captain that they were naive back then. However, as England go against France on Saturday 21st March 2015 at Twickenham; Robshaw believes that a defeat will not happen again and put forward an excellent performance when the game begins. Confidence is a key attribute to success and this year England knows what needs to be done in order to win, by staying composed and taking every opportunity that appears in their path. Robshaw is going to avoid watching the earlier match of Italy versus Wales at lunchtime as this would prove to be a potential interference to energy. With the World Cup slowly approaching they hope to get into a winning habit as the upcoming games are of great importance for the team and is backed by their hopes to finish the competition strongly. Picking up the main trophy would be great as they have come so close in recent years.