Freddie Steward is looking forward to England's upcoming match at Twickenham against Wales, seeing it as an opportunity to start fresh and leave their past frustrations behind. After being booed off the field in their previous home match against Fiji, the team wants to improve the Twickenham experience for both players and fans. Jamie George, the new captain, has been discussing ways to make Twickenham a fortress with the rest of the squad and the Rugby Football Union. Steward emphasized the importance of the fans and their support in creating a winning atmosphere. Although Ollie Lawrence and George Martin are currently unavailable due to injuries, England remains hopeful that they will be back to face Scotland.