Stick with us, we'll be bringing you New Zealand against Ireland very shortly. We'll have all the reports and reaction from England's crushing win for you too. A clinical performance from Eddie Jones' men, ruthless when it mattered. Next up it's New Zealand or Ireland. And those two will be in action later this morning.
Should be a cracker. But Australia want something to cheer about. Knock on.
That sums it all up. Far too many errors, Australia have utterly underperformed. England have been clinical. The difference. We're into the final minute. He's run diagonally across the field and has absolutely gassed Elliot Day to make the line. TMO is checking for a forward pass, which would absolutely ruin the moment.
What a shame. Watson Dreadful from Australia once again. Shocker of a pass across the 22 from Beale and Anthony Watson grabs it and makes no mistake.
Another handling error. The Wallabies collapse and England will go for the posts.
On the edge of the England 22 but they've lost it, another handling error - they're ninth of the match. England have the ball.
He does enough to try and gather the ball but it's out for a lineout for the Wallbies. We're checking TMO though. Forward pass from Australia, stolen by Youngs, England have a lineout in the Australian Henry Slade doesn't find touch and Kerevi is brought down on halfway.
Knocked on and England escape.
That's the game. It is usually around this time his 'finishers' emerge, but so far the starters are staying. George Ford may be unleashed soon though. Toomua immediately involved and Australia have penalty advantage.
They're on the edge of the England 22, no advantage. Australia win the scrum and they're converging on the tryline.
They have the advantage again, bang in front of the posts, and they've gone for another scrum here. The Aussies collapse and it's a penalty. Go for the posts surely. Seven minutes into this second-half, one try each. Sinckler What have England got?
Watson released on the wing but he's brought down, Sinckler's through! Australia ripped open and the tighthead prop has scored. It started from Jonny May's break, then a delayed pass from Farrell, Sinckler found the gap as Vunipola and Itoje lurked.
One point in it now, what a second half we have on our hands.
Korobiete Australia rip the ball clean, Beale kicks upfield but Elliot Daly knocks on. Australia recycle but can't make any headway. Advantage over but they still have it. And they're through! Henry Slade can't make up the room and Marika Korobiete has the pace and strength to make the line and corner.
Sensational running. Eddie Jones will want his side to secure more of a territorial advantage after the break. It would help if they could avoid further scrum lapses.
England's lead is eight at the half-way stage. With just over a minute to go they will go for the posts.
Strong runner, sees off Tuilagi, keeps on going before Slade gets him down. England think they have turned it over but there's a knock on and Australia have scrum in the England First, the Sale flanker won a turnover in his own half to ignite a counter-attack, then he was up fast chasing a kick and absolutely smashed Reece Hodge with a sledgehammer tackle to win a scrum put-in.
Remarkable energy and physicality. Billy Vunipola pinned, Australia go for touch. Back at 10, Owen Farrell has rediscovered his authority as a distributor and goal-kicker.
Up front, Mako Vunipola has been heavily involved in attack and defence. England win it back and Watson almost gets down on the wing.