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England vs Wallabies: Match preview
The quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup explode into action on Saturday as England take on Australia.

The Wallabies finished second in Pool D behind Wales, whom they lost to.

England topped Pool C with three wins and a ‘draw’ against France after their match was called off due to bad weather.

On the team news, England have dropped George Ford.

Eddie Jones will go with Owen Farrell at fly-half. Henry Slade will play at centre for England.

Australia have picked 19-year-old Jordan Petaia to play centre against England.

So how will Saturday’s match play out?

England and Australia have met six times at the World Cup: it’s three wins apiece.

However, England have won each of their past six Test encounters with Australia.
England XV: Elliot Daly; Anthony Watson, Henry Slade, Manu Tuilagi, Jonny May; Owen Farrell (C), Ben Youngs; Mako Vunipola, Jamie George, Kyle Sinckler; Maro Itoje, Courtney Lawes; Tom Curry, Sam Underhill, Billy Vunipola.

Replacements: Luke Cowan-Dickie, Joe Marler, Dan Cole, George Kruis, Lewis Ludlam, Willi Heinz, George Ford, Jonathan Joseph.

Australia XV: Kurtley Beale; Reece Hodge, Jordan Petaia, Samu Kerevi, Marika Koroibete; Christian Lealiifano, Will Genia; Scott Sio, Tolu Latu, Allan Alaalatoa, Izack Rodda, Rory Arnold, David Pocock, Michael Hooper (C), Isi Naisarani.

Replacements: Jordan Uelese, James Slipper, Taniela Tupou, Adam Coleman, Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, Nic White, Matt Toomua, James O’Connor.

Under Eddie Jones, however, they have won all six of their meetings against the Wallabies, and will be favourites to make it seven out of seven in Oita.

Team news and line-ups

England vs Australia Reddit

England vs Australia Reddit : Despite the disruption caused by Typhoon Hagibis, England and Australia are both safely through to the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup.

England vs Australia kicks off at 8.15am BST (4.15pm local time) on Saturday 19th October at Oita Stadium in Oita, Japan.

England comfortably saw off Tonga, Argentina and the United States in Pool C, but were denied a chance to test themselves against France as the super typhoon brought about the cancellation of a select few group games.

Nevertheless, the 2003 winners qualified top of their pool and their reward is a clash against Australia, whom Sir Clive Woodward’s men dramatically defeated in that final 16-years-ago (on the Wallabies’ own turf, no less).

Australia – themselves two-time champions – reached the last eight by qualifying second from Pool D despite suffering a narrow defeat to eventual group winners Wales, earning wins over Fiji, Georgia and Uruguay in their other first-round fixtures

England XV: Elliot Daly; Anthony Watson, Henry Slade, Manu Tuilagi, Jonny May; Owen Farrell (C), Ben Youngs; Mako Vunipola, Jamie George, Kyle Sinckler; Maro Itoje, Courtney Lawes; Tom Curry, Sam Underhill, Billy Vunipola.

Replacements: Luke Cowan-Dickie, Joe Marler, Dan Cole, George Kruis, Lewis Ludlam, Willi Heinz, George Ford, Jonathan Joseph.

Australia XV: Kurtley Beale; Reece Hodge, Jordan Petaia, Samu Kerevi, Marika Koroibete; Christian Lealiifano, Will Genia; Scott Sio, Tolu Latu, Allan Alaalatoa, Izack Rodda, Rory Arnold, David Pocock, Michael Hooper (C), Isi Naisarani.

Replacements: Jordan Uelese, James Slipper, Taniela Tupou, Adam Coleman, Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, Nic White, Matt Toomua, James O’Connor.

Under Eddie Jones, however, they have won all six of their meetings against the Wallabies, and will be favourites to make it seven out of seven in Oita.

Team news and line-ups
​England

Eddie Jones has sprung a big selection shock by switching Owen Farrell from inside centre to fly-half and dropping George Ford to the bench, with Manu Tuilagi stepping inside to 12 and Henry Slade coming into midfield.

It was England’s preferred 10-12-13 trio during the Six Nations and is no doubt designed at least in part to counteract the threat of imposing Wallabies centre Samu Kerevi.

No8 Billy Vunipola is fit to start after overcoming an ankle knock suffered against Argentina, while brother Mako replaces Joe Marler at loosehead.

Courtney Lawes is preferred to George Kruis in the second row.

England vs Australia Live

England vs Australia Live : England against Australia, in the first World Cup quarter-final of a sensational weekend, does not need any extra ­seasoning added. It is a meeting that has it all.

There is history, both ancient in the form of one World Cup Final win against the other apiece and recent in the shape of England’s six straight wins since crashing out of their home World Cup in 2015 against… Australia.

It is 12 years since England won a World Cup knockout match, while Australia – in Eddie Jones’s words – are “a great tournament side”.

There is support. This game may be taking place in Oita, a sleepy spot in Japan’s south, but an invasion began on Friday. These are officially the two ­visiting teams supported in the heaviest ­numbers, according to World Rugby. There are no hotels available for miles.

There are the cast members, from Ben Youngs and Will Genia, rival scrum-halves for a decade, to the young ­pretenders Sam Underhill and Tom Curry taking on their heroes David Pocock and Michael Hooper at the breakdown.

So central to it all are the two coaches, Jones and Michael Cheika, who have history as long as England and Australia at the World Cup. They were team-mates – Jones at hooker, Cheika at No8 – at the famed Randwick club in ­Sydney’s east.

Both had parents born outside Australia [Jones’s mother was born to Japanese parents in the USA, Cheika’s father was from the Lebanon], which forged a bond despite a ­seven-year age difference.

Randwick in those days was in an Aussie rugby hothouse, with Ewan McKenzie, Simon Poidevin and David Campese around, too.

As coaches, Jones and Cheika have become rivals and sparring partners, playful headline-generators, although the England coach has certainly had the best of things.

James Haskell, who has played under both men, said this week: “Eddie loves revving Cheika up, and Cheika loves getting revved up.”

The niggly back and forth, though, has largely been absent in the build-up to this match. Perhaps they are just tired of it all but the pair have been looking to kill each other with kindness.

There was one slightly spiky Cheika appearance on Monday, where he described Jones inviting Aussie rugby league guru Ricky Stuart into the ­England camp as “weird” and said he was “not looking to make a movie or write a book” this weekend.

Jones is writing a book, and his victory – as Japan coach – over South Africa in 2015 was made into a film.

A little dig from Cheika, who has cut an irritable figure all tournament, but nothing since. Jones said on Thursday he was “proud” of his mate and that the detente might have a bit to do with the pair’s recent loss, of Jeff Sayle, a mentor at Randwick.

England vs Australia Live

England vs Australia Live : Australia were rocked by Fiji in their opening group game, recovering from a sluggish start to launch a second-half fightback and secure a nail-biting victory. A thrilling 29-25 defeat by Wales followed, before Michael Cheika‘s side made amends with two lopsided victories against Uruguay and Georgia.

Teenager Jordan Petaia, who has won just two Test caps, comes in at centre for Australia, while Henry Slade has replaced George Ford in England’s starting XV.

Here is everything you need to know:

What time is kick-off?

England vs Australia kicks off at 8.15am (BST) on Saturday 19th October.

How can I watch it?

The game will be broadcast live on ITV1.

The match will also be available to live stream via the ITV Hub on smartphones, laptops and tablets.

Teams

England: Daly; Watson, Slade, Tuilagi, May; Farrell (c), Youngs; M Vunipola, George, Sinckler; Itoje, Lawes; Curry, Underhill, B Vunipola.

Australia: Beale; Hodge, Petaia, Kerevi, Koroibete; Lealiifano, Genia; Alaalatoa, Latu, Sio; Arnold, Rodda; Naisarani, Hooper (c), Pocock.

Odds

England to win: 4/11

Australia to win: 3/1

Draw: 28/1

Australia XV: Kurtley Beale; Reece Hodge, Jordan Petaia, Samu Kerevi, Marika Koroibete; Christian Lealiifano, Will Genia; Scott Sio, Tolu Latu, Allan Alaalatoa, Izack Rodda, Rory Arnold, David Pocock, Michael Hooper (C), Isi Naisarani.

Replacements: Jordan Uelese, James Slipper, Taniela Tupou, Adam Coleman, Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, Nic White, Matt Toomua, James O’Connor.

Under Eddie Jones, however, they have won all six of their meetings against the Wallabies, and will be favourites to make it seven out of seven in Oita.

Team news and line-ups
​England

Eddie Jones has sprung a big selection shock by switching Owen Farrell from inside centre to fly-half and dropping George Ford to the bench, with Manu Tuilagi stepping inside to 12 and Henry Slade coming into midfield.

It was England’s preferred 10-12-13 trio during the Six Nations and is no doubt designed at least in part to counteract the threat of imposing Wallabies centre Samu Kerevi.

No8 Billy Vunipola is fit to start after overcoming an ankle knock suffered against Argentina, while brother Mako replaces Joe Marler at loosehead.

Courtney Lawes is preferred to George Kruis in the second row.

England vs Australia

England vs Australia : England will be looking to right the wrongs of four years ago when they meet Australia for a place in the Rugby World Cup semi-final on Saturday.

At the last World Cup, in 2015, England lost a must-win pool stage game against the Aussies that saw them dumped out on home soil.

England vs Australia

2019 Rugby World Cup quarter-final

​Venue: Oita Stadium

​Date: Saturday, 19 October, 2019

​Kick-off: 8:15am BST

Under Eddie Jones, however, they have won all six of their meetings against the Wallabies, and will be favourites to make it seven out of seven in Oita.

Team news and line-ups
​England

Eddie Jones has sprung a big selection shock by switching Owen Farrell from inside centre to fly-half and dropping George Ford to the bench, with Manu Tuilagi stepping inside to 12 and Henry Slade coming into midfield.

It was England’s preferred 10-12-13 trio during the Six Nations and is no doubt designed at least in part to counteract the threat of imposing Wallabies centre Samu Kerevi.

No8 Billy Vunipola is fit to start after overcoming an ankle knock suffered against Argentina, while brother Mako replaces Joe Marler at loosehead.

Courtney Lawes is preferred to George Kruis in the second row.

TV channel and live stream, and online coverage
​The match will be televised live on ITV1 and ITV1 HD with build-up starting at 7:30am BST.

​TV license payers can also stream the match online via the ITV website and the ITV Hub.

You can also follow all the action with Standard Sport’s LIVE blog with Will Macpherson in Oita.

Head to Head record and history (h2h)
The two sides have met 50 times, with Australia currently edging the overall head-to-head 25-24, with one draw.

However, England’s current six-game winning streak is the longest in the rivalry’s history. They have met six times in Rugby World Cups, winning three apiece.

England vs Australia

England vs Australia : Despite the disruption caused by Typhoon Hagibis, England and Australia are both safely through to the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup.

England vs Australia kicks off at 8.15am BST (4.15pm local time) on Saturday 19th October at Oita Stadium in Oita, Japan.

England comfortably saw off Tonga, Argentina and the United States in Pool C, but were denied a chance to test themselves against France as the super typhoon brought about the cancellation of a select few group games.

Nevertheless, the 2003 winners qualified top of their pool and their reward is a clash against Australia, whom Sir Clive Woodward’s men dramatically defeated in that final 16-years-ago (on the Wallabies’ own turf, no less).

Australia – themselves two-time champions – reached the last eight by qualifying second from Pool D despite suffering a narrow defeat to eventual group winners Wales, earning wins over Fiji, Georgia and Uruguay in their other first-round fixtures

England XV: Elliot Daly; Anthony Watson, Henry Slade, Manu Tuilagi, Jonny May; Owen Farrell (C), Ben Youngs; Mako Vunipola, Jamie George, Kyle Sinckler; Maro Itoje, Courtney Lawes; Tom Curry, Sam Underhill, Billy Vunipola.

Replacements: Luke Cowan-Dickie, Joe Marler, Dan Cole, George Kruis, Lewis Ludlam, Willi Heinz, George Ford, Jonathan Joseph.

Australia XV: Kurtley Beale; Reece Hodge, Jordan Petaia, Samu Kerevi, Marika Koroibete; Christian Lealiifano, Will Genia; Scott Sio, Tolu Latu, Allan Alaalatoa, Izack Rodda, Rory Arnold, David Pocock, Michael Hooper (C), Isi Naisarani.

Replacements: Jordan Uelese, James Slipper, Taniela Tupou, Adam Coleman, Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, Nic White, Matt Toomua, James O’Connor.

Under Eddie Jones, however, they have won all six of their meetings against the Wallabies, and will be favourites to make it seven out of seven in Oita.

Team news and line-ups
​England

Eddie Jones has sprung a big selection shock by switching Owen Farrell from inside centre to fly-half and dropping George Ford to the bench, with Manu Tuilagi stepping inside to 12 and Henry Slade coming into midfield.

It was England’s preferred 10-12-13 trio during the Six Nations and is no doubt designed at least in part to counteract the threat of imposing Wallabies centre Samu Kerevi.

No8 Billy Vunipola is fit to start after overcoming an ankle knock suffered against Argentina, while brother Mako replaces Joe Marler at loosehead.

Courtney Lawes is preferred to George Kruis in the second row.

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