Elliot Daly 8 Getting better at full-back, with the pace to spot gaps and go through them. Kicked well to boot.
Chris Ashton 7 Did not take him long to come off his wing to look for work. Clever grubber for May’s third score and forced the penalty try. Will be disappointed not to get in on act himself though.
Henry Slade 9 Picked up from where he left off. His high kick that led to May’s third try showed he is playing with senses heightened and produced a classy finish.
Manu Tuilagi 7 Used sparingly by England again, often as a decoy runner. Almost created a try on the right and is a reassuring presence in England’s midfield.
Jonny May 8 Twelve tries in 12 matches and eight in his last six in the competition. Will have harder days but again the wing showed just how lethal he is.
Owen Farrell 9 Always looking to kick behind Penaud and excellent with the ball in hand – he is revelling in his captaincy role. Given an armchair ride but made the most of it.
Ben Youngs 8 Box-kicking was on the money and France could just not live with it. It was up to him to set a high tempo and he did so to devastating effect.
Mako Vunipola 8 An injury concern after making way with an ankle injury early in the second half. Was again supreme at loosehead until an ankle injury forced him off.
Jamie George 8 It has taken a little while but now looks at home as England’s starting hooker. One bruising hit on Parra and carried hard as ever.
Kyle Sinckler 7 Powerful and dynamic again, though he crosses the line occasionally. You get the feeling Dan Cole’s recall to the squad was designed to keep Sinckler on his toes.
Courtney Lawes 9 One trademark hit on Guirado in the first half, another on Bastareaud in the second and he carried with real menace. The outstanding lock on show.
George Kruis 7 Not as conspicuous as last week, nor as much as Lawes, but hard to find fault all the same. Deserves to keep his place against Wales.
Mark Wilson 8 Had one gallop in open play and dovetailed well with Curry. His enthusiasm for the hard grunt is clearly rubbing off on teammates. Yet to have a bad game for England.
Tom Curry 9 Teamed up with Lawes for a monstrous hit on Guirado. Bloodied but in no way bowed, he topped England’s tackle count in another superb showing. Easy to forget he is still only 20.
Billy Vunipola 8 Set the tone by walloping Huget into next week inside the first minute. Always gets England over the gain-line, which is such a valuable asset.
Replacements Luke Cowan-Dickie (for George 62) 6; Ben Moon (for M Vunipola 44) Never lets England down 7; Dan Cole (for Sinckler 55) 6; Joe Launchbury (for Kruis 45) Getting back up to speed 6; Nathan Hughes (for B Vunipola 65) 6; Dan Robson (for Youngs 70) At long last 6; George Ford (for Tuilagi 62) Kicked a bit too often 6; Jack Nowell (for Ashton 52) Busy as ever 7.
Yoann Huget 4 A remarkable performance. Bright in attack but showed utter disdain for defensive duties and hooked at half-time. One day England’s opponents will pick a full-back at No 15.
Damian Penaud 4 Took his try well but this was a trying afternoon. England targeted him from the word go and he was often found wanting. May made him look silly for his second try.
Mathieu Bastareaud 5 It was a mistake to turn to him and overlook form centres in the Top 14. It may seem harsh but it felt like a step back in time because he does not represent France’s future.
Geoffrey Doumayrou 6 Is obviously a capable player but could not make inroads into England’s resolute defence. Struggled with chaos going on around him.
Gaël Fickou 3 On of two centres on the wing (not to mention playing alongside a wing at full-back). Is it any wonder France struggled so badly in behind?
Camille Lopez 5 Came up with a clever kick for Fickou in the first half but exerted no control. Not all his fault when England are so rampant.
Morgan Parra 4 Found himself caught in the backfield for far too long, looked shaky under the high ball and must surely be replaced by Dupont now.
Jefferson Poirot 6 Kept on going and got stuck in at countless rucks but could not have the same kind of impact as either of England’s props.
Guilhem Guirado 6 A bad start for the skipper – his knock-on led to England’s first try and his lineout work was messy but made some strong carries thereafter.
Demba Bamba 5 Conceded a silly penalty early on but lined up Ashton and thundered into him. High tackle on Tuilagi was not malicious but clumsy.
Sébastien Vahaamahina 4 At least he does not have to carry the can as much as last week. That won’t be any consolation though. Could not effect proceedings at all.
Félix Lambey 6 Very good off the bench last week and among France’s better forwards this week. Is lightweight but does not let that hold him back.
Yacouba Camara 4 Largely anonymous. One of those players whose absence is often lamented but when he gets his chance he doesn’t really take it.
Arthur Iturria 6 In the thick of it when things boiled over and on the pitch showed his offloading ability once or twice. Swimming against the tide, though.
Louis Picamoles 5 Made his tackles but was given no opportunity to set off on trademark runs. Players of his calibre should catch the eye more than he did.
Replacements Pierre Bourgarit (for Guirado 76) n/a; Dany Priso (for Poirot 65) 5; Dorian Aldegheri (for Bamba 57) 6; Paul Willemse (for Vahaamahina 57) 5; Grégory Alldritt (for Lambey 70) n/a; Antoine Dupont (for Parra 47) Lively and simply has to start from here on in 7; Romain Ntamack (for Lopez 57) Energetic cameo 6; Thomas Ramos (for Huget ht) Should have started 7.