BECK Cutting reckons in-form England can take their game to “another level” in the knock-out stages of the World Rugby U20 Championship.

The Worcester Warriors hooker got on the scoresheet in England’s six-try 35-10 victory over Scotland in France.

It was England’s third successive bonus-point win in Pool B after thumping Italy 43-5 and Argentina 39-18.

But Cutting believes there is plenty of room for improvement as they prepare for their semi-final clash with South Africa in Narbonne on Tuesday.

“You could say that it could not have gone any better than getting a bonus-point win,” Cutting said.

“But there are areas in our game we can improve on.

“The end result was exactly what we wanted so we are really pleased with that and we have gone well so far.

“But I know there is another level we can hit.”

Cutting was handed his first start for England as he lined up alongside his Warriors team-mates Ted Hill, Will Butler and James Scott.

And the promising front rower repaid head coach Steve Bates’ faith with a try as he powered over from a driving maul.

Scott also crossed the whitewash in the first half as England swept to victory.

“I have been working hard in training, so when I got an opportunity I really enjoyed the moment,” Cutting said.

“I was really honoured to get my first start and to score my try in front of my parents was amazing.”

Looking to maintain England’s perfect record in the tournament Gabriel Ibitoye flew over in the corner which Tom Hardwick converted inside five minutes.

Ross Thompson missed a penalty soon after but reduced the deficit to 7-3 for a later infringement.

Cutting got England’s second try before Scott went over after England went through multiple phases.

James Grayson was yellow carded for a high tackle as England were reduced to 14 men with 15 minutes of the half remaining.

Scotland had their first try of the game with Kyle Rowe getting to Thompson’s kick behind the England defence which was also converted for 17-10 at the break.

Ibitoye notched a superb individual score, powering through three tackles before showing fine agility to touch down by the corner flag.

Hardwick landed a penalty just before the hour mark and with 10 minutes remaining Scotland suffered a further blow when Devante Onojaife was sin-binned for a high tackle.

And England capitalised on it as Joel Kpoku crashed over from close range before replacement Matt Williams scored England's sixth.