WINGER Tom Stileman is revelling in his try-scoring form – but is expecting a far from easy ride at Twickenham this afternoon.

The 21-year-old crossed ten times during Oxford University’s Varsity Match warm-up fixtures, which saw them win eight of their ten games.

Stileman has been the beneficiary of the Dark Blues’ new-look expansive style, which saw them score more than 30 points in five of their victories.

But the St Peter’s College student, who is reading earth sciences, predicts Cambridge University will provide their biggest test yet.

Stileman said: “We’re playing a platform that as a winger, has been great to play off and work with.

“From our point of view, we want to make sure we keep creating opportunities and that’s what we’ve been trying to work on.

“We had a couple of games against defences who I think weren’t quite as rigid or fierce as we’re expecting at Twickenham.

“So it’s nice – it’s encouraging. It’s been good fun to be able to take that away from those games, but I think we’ll be up against something a lot more difficult.”

Stileman was named man-of-the-match as he helped Oxford to a sixth successive victory on his debut in 2015.

However, he could not prevent Cambridge securing a 23-18 victory 12 months ago.

The winger is determined to make sure the Dark Blues are celebrating at the home of English rugby again.

He said: “I think having it not go our way last year has just lifted the boys.

“We want to get back to winning.”