Dylan Hartley says the demands of new coach Eddie Jones are driving England on as they chase a first Six Nations title since 2011. Jones replaced Stuart Lancaster as head coach following Englands disappointing World Cup campaign on home soil and has started his reign with back-to-back away victories over Scotland and Italy, with Ireland next up at Twickenham on Saturday.The Australian has claimed England are capable of becoming the most dominant team in the world if they continue their progress and new captain Hartley has revealed how he intends to do that. I think its the demand, the Northampton hooker told Sky Sports News HQ. Every session he demands we get better in that session, whether it be fitness, skills, anything. He is just demanding we get better week to week. Itoje rewarded Maro Itoje to start against Ireland We had the down week last week so training was intense and he demanded fitness in that week. Whereas this week we have had a game to prepare for, so getting better might be doing your homework off the field, sitting down having a chat with your lineout caller - just always trying to get better, trying to improve, trying to improve relationships.Thats his expectation and thats where he wants to take us.Hartley is poised to lead England out at Twickenham for the first time on Saturday and is looking forward to taking on a proper team in defending champions Ireland. Hartley will face off with Ireland skipper Rory Best on Saturday We are two games in, hugely excited to be back at Twickenham playing against a proper team so its all on the line, he said. They are a good side, there is no hiding that, but to be back at Twickenham is great for us.We have had a week off last week so preparation has been key, we have had a lot of time together. Training this week has been detailed and we are going to be ready for the game.There appears to be an upbeat mood in the England camp following their two wins, but Hartley, who has replaced Chris Robshaw as captain, refused to take any credit. Alex Payne previews the England v Ireland game The team has always been together, we have always had good guys here, he said. And, lets be honest, we have won two games - when you are winning things off the field are always easy, its always rosy.There will be a stage Im sure when this team has a dip along the way - there will be struggles - and its how we react in those times.But at the moment things are good, we are confident, we are together and we are enjoying the environment. Also See: Progress pleases Jones Itoje starts for England Jones playing mind games Two new caps for Ireland http://www.giantsrookiestore.com/Giants-Aldrick-Rosas-Jersey/ . 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Over in Durham, the second Test between England and Sri Lanka gets under way and the omens are good for the hosts - theyve won all five Tests in the North East.On Saturday, the drama, colour, disappointmentt and joy begins at Wembley; the Football League play-off finals start with Championship sides Hull City and Sheffield Wednesday as the winner seeks a place in the Premier League.dddddddddddd Theres rugby action on Sunday when England and Wales meet at Twickenham in what is the final chance for players to earn starting spots for the summer tours to Australia and New Zealand. And later that evening, Everton fan Tony Bellew will look to turn turn Hollywood fantasy into reality by winning a world title at Goodison Park when he takes on Ilunga Makabu for the vacant WBC world cruiserweight title.Hit the video above to warm up for an unmissable weekend on Sky Sports... 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