LIVE: England v Australia: All the action from Twickenham as it happens
15:49 GMT, 17 November 2012
The second leg of England's QBE autumn international series sees Australia come to Twickenham. Stuart Lancaster's side will be looking to build on last week's win over Fiji. Sportsmail brings you the action.
England 14 Australia 20
ENGLAND: Goode; Ashton, Tuilagi, Barritt, Sharples; Flood, Care; Marler, T Youngs, Cole; Palmer, Parling; Johnson, Waldrom, Robshaw (captain).
Replacements: Paice, Wilson, Vunipola, Launchbury, Wood, Youngs, Farrell, Brown.
AUSTRALIA: Barnes; Ioane, Ashley-Cooper, Tapuai, Cummins; Beale, Phipps; Robinson, Polota-Nau, Alexander; Timani, Sharpe (captain); Dennis, Palu, Hooper.
Replacements: Moore, Slipper, Kepu, Samo, Gill; Sheehan, Harris, Mitchell.
53min: PENALTY! England 14 AUSTRALIA 20
I told you! It's not looking great for England as they go six points down.
51min: Australia are looking pretty rampant. They are pressing England all the time and they've won another penalty. Barnes is odds on to put this one over too…
50min: PENALTY! England 14 AUSTRALIA 17
Another penalty, another three points for Berrick Barnes.
Meanwhile, Marler and Johnson are off for Vunipola and Wood.
49min: Cummins is an exciting player to watch! He's such an outlet for the Australians and it takes a couple of England defenders to stop him scoring his second try.
It's all Australia in the second half. Whatever Lancaster said at half-time, his players don't appear to have listened.
47min: Australia have battled well since the re-start and have kept the ball well. England are struggling to get any possession whatsoever and Marler gives away a silly penalty well into the Aussie half.
44min: PENALTY! England 14 AUSTRALIA 14
Berrick Barnes has another easy penalty, and makes no mistake to knock it between the sticks.
40min: Polota-Nau has been taken off for Moore. He took a nasty-looking hit in the first half, but I'm told it's a tactical change by Robbie Deans.
KICK-OFF: AUSTRALIA RE-START THE MATCH
15.33: The second half is moments away folks. This one is by no means in the bag for England. Plenty of work to be done! The players are making their way back out.
15.27: England started this Test match painfully slowly, and they are pretty fortunate to go in with their noses in front.
Tuilagi's try was the only chance they had to score in the first half.
It's frustrating because the few times England have made their way forward, Australia have look there for the taking.
15.19: HALF-TIME! What a way to end the half!
Australia have probably had the better of the first half, and they'll be devastated that Tuilagi's try was given. It was the correct decision though.
He was in play and the ball just scraped that line before the Australians scrambled it away.
39min: TRY! ENGLAND 14 Australia 11
Just about given! Manu Tuilagi is so strong. He's like a battering ram and smashes his way towards the try-line.
Wallop: Manu Tuilagi smashed his way through to score a try
He slides to get the ball down on the left and JUST gets it down before Phipps slaps the ball away.
In keeping with Barnes and Flood going blow for blow, it's the Englishman's turn to miss a conversion. It remains 14-11
36min: TRY! England 9 AUSTRALIA 11
Cummins bursts down that right again after a dreadful kick by England offers Australia an opportunity. The crowd want it chalked off for a suspect pass that appeared to go forward.
No luck though. Barnes misses the conversion from miles out on the right.
34min: PENALTY! ENGLAND 9 Australia 6
It's Flood's easiest one of the day. With a nice, smooth action, he converts.
33min: The ball changes hands three times in a matter of seconds! Australia win it near their try line but England snatch it back. Eventually they give away another penalty for Flood after being forced offside.
31min: PENALTY! England 6 AUSTRALIA 6
Barnes makes no mistake. It was right under the posts and he was never going to miss that one.
30min: NO TRY! It was worth a look – albeit an agonisingly long one – but Australia have to settle for a scrum. They've won a penalty as a consolation!
29min: Australia could have the ball over the line here. We're waiting for the video decision, but there's so many bodies in the way…
27min: Danny Care snuffs out some trouble brilliantly.
He reads Berrick Barnes' kick beautifully and snatches the ball away from Beale.
24min: PENALTY! ENGLAND 6 Australia 3
Great play as Thomas Waldrom forces Australia to give away a silly penalty.
It's just about in Flood's range and he belts his kick which skims the top of the bar as it sneaks over.
20min: This game is finally getting going. Toby Flood spots a gap and bursts through it. He looks bound to run the final 30 yards and score a try, but Hooper somehow manages to drag him to the turf.
18min: Barnes finds Cummins who looks to smash his way past the England defence on the right.
He stumbles before being stopped and England break. Unfortunately Ashton can't keep the ball in play. If he had, he would have enjoyed attacking the open space on the right.
16min: That kick seems to have woken England up. They've got the ball – finally – and look to batter their way through the Aussie defence.
Manu Tuilagi shows his power on the right, but Australia diffuse the threat in the end as Care gives away a penalty.
13min: DROP-GOAL! England 3 AUSTRALIA 3
Berrick Barnes makes the pressure pay as he kicks for three. They've deserved this. Australia have attacked with ambition and flair and deprived England of any significant possession.
12min: Australia continue on the front foot as Michael Hooper bursts down the right. He finds Cummins who is brought down.
11min: England haven't built on that strong start, but they are getting away with it so far.
Gotcha: Toby Flood of England tackles Adam Ashley-Coope
The Australians are tricky customers, but they are seriously lacking in power in the pack. They've held their own in the first 10 minutes, but England are so strong.
8min: England fighting to prevent a try now. Australia have done well to keep the ball, but they can't get past.
They're forced infield after some good defending. Ultimately, England hold out, but we've got a scrum just under the posts…
England come away with the ball. They weathered that barrage well.
6min: A nice sequence of play from the Aussies. They've got some real flair in this team with the likes of Beale trying to make their way through a resolute England defence.
5min: We've been deprived by our first battle in the scrum! The England pack push too early and Australia are given a penalty before play resumes.
3min: PENALTY! ENGLAND 3 Australia 0
Danny Care kicks a wonderful ball up field. Charlie Sharples battles well to win the penalty and Flood converts from way, way out left.
1min: England are playing in their new kit too. A strange sight to see them at Twickenham dressed not in white, but in Burgundy!
14.31: KICK-OFF! ENGLAND GET THE GAME UNDER WAY
14.29: The players are on the pitch and it's time for the anthems. With Australia's done, the whole ground seem to belt out God Saved The Queen before referee Romain Poite prepares to get the game under way.
14.25: The only change from last week's team is the returning Chris Ashton.
It'll be a boost to have him back on the wing. The 25-year-old's a class act and has scored 15 tries in his 26 Tests for England.
Returning from a one-match ban, he wants to take out some frustration on the Aussies.
He told the BBC: 'There's a lot of frustration, but there is nothing I can do. I'm playing exactly the same way as I always have. Every game is tough.
'I'm always disappointed if I haven't scored two or three a game, but it's not going to happen. I will take one.'
14.18: The atmosphere in Twickenham is sure to be fantastic. The beers are flowing and the stands are filling up as we're just over ten minutes until the ball is kicked.
As expected, it's a sellout again. Mind you, it always is when these two teams go head to head.
14.15: I'm also keeping an eye on the Australian beast Sitaleki Timani. He's 6ft 8in and weighs a mere 19stone at lock.
He'll be nice and easy to deal with then.
14.10: I'm particularly excited to see how Australia's wrecking ball Digby Ioane fares against England.
He was quoted last week saying he was looking forward to facing England's 'pretty' wingers. I'm not sure how that's relevant to this match, but I'm sure the likes of Chris Ashton will want to prove to him he's more than just a pretty face.
14.06: Australia were dominated in the pack when they were thumped in Paris, and England will hope to continue that trend at Twickenham today.
Chris Robshaw is expecting a backlash though.
Plotting: Stuart Lancaster is hoping to build on the victory over Fiji last week
He said: 'I'm sure they would have had a bit of a backlash in training after their defeat last week and they'll be wanting to come here and put in a big 20 minutes to start off.
'They can play from anywhere, so we have to be expect the unexpected.'
14.03: This truly is one of the game's great rivalries, and there's been a rich history of cracking matches.
Not that too much should be read into it, but England beat the Aussies 35-18 when the teams last faced in 2010.
14.00: Good afternoon ladies and gents. We've got an exciting Test to talk you through today as Australia hope to topple England on their own turf.
Stuart Lancaster's side should face a tougher test here at Twickenham today.
While England will be hoping to build on their crushing victory over Fiji, Australia are hoping to bounce back after being hammered 33-6 by France.
Back in action: Ashton returns from suspension for England