England vs. Australia: Eddie Jones emphasizes strength and muscles that contribute to problems of Wallabies in difficulty

Eddie Jones stopped demanding Australia's British bully – out of fear that his knuckles were being cracked by Human Resources.

But no one, and certainly not the Wallabies, doubts the intention of England in Twickenham, where the curtain falls during the autumn campaign.

Jones has called a powerful line-up – and that's just in the back where Ben Te & # 39; o and Joe Cokanasiga start and Manu Tuilagi is in the reserve.

Joe Cokanasiga scored on his debut against Japan

The English boss takes no risks against the country of his birth, despite injuries and disciplinary problems that destroy the building of the visitors.

Star No.8 David Pocock was forced out yesterday by an injury when it was also revealed that senior backs Kurtley Beale and Adam Ashley-Cooper were not eligible after breaking the team protocol.

The pair, with 200 caps in between, is supposed to have taken three women back to their hotel while the team was in Wales. Team rules state that guests are not allowed in player rooms.

Wounded Wallaby David Pocock reacts in the second half.
David Pocock did not pass a fitness test yesterday

Despite the turmoil in the opposition camp, Jones warned: "Australia likes nothing better than defeating the old enemy, the motherland, at Twickenham, which will be their best performance of the year.

"They will see this as an opportunity to put everything in order, to go to the beach and become kings in the southern hemisphere, they will make up for it."

They will have to be, if the captain of Owen Farrell of England of Te & # 39; o is a guide.

Te & # 39; o in England training

The teak center spent seven years pro rugby competition in Australia and Farrell, itself hardly a shrinking pansy, warned: "He is not someone who goes backwards.

"If games become difficult, there are people who want the ball more and want more impact, that's the way Ben is, and he's not waiting for someone else to set the tone."

England hit the belts in the first half against New Zealand and in the second against both South Africa and Japan. That apart they are patchy.

Manu Tuilagi started two and a half years with the first cap

The team selection is geared to an 80-minute show, with co-captain Dylan Hartley, Nathan Hughes, George Ford and Tuilagi ready to take the game away from the visitors in the last quarter.

"Manu is a buster, he can make something happen from scratch," Farrell warned. "If you play against him, it is normally not very fun!"

Playing against Australia has not been fun for Australia, with seven defeats in 11 outings. She last defeated England in 2015.

Head coach of England Eddie Jones

More often than not, the Poms bully the Aussie scrum. Asked if Twickenham could expect more from the same Jones that had been interrupted.

& # 39; Bully is not a good word nowadays, "he said. & # 39; If I & # 39; bully ', I am called for Human Resources.

"Let's say we definitely want to dominate them."

Jamie George of England celebrates with teammates after scoring their fourth try
Jamie George (headband) starts for co-captain Dylan Hartley

ENGLAND: Daly; Cokanasiga, Slade, Te & # 39; o, May; Farrell (co-capt), Youngs; Moon, George, Sinckler, Itoje, Lawes, Shields, Underhill, Wilson.

replacements: Hartley (co-capt), Hepburn, Williams, Ewels, Hughes, Wigglesworth, Ford, Tuilagi

AUSTRALIA: Folau; Haylett-Petty, Kerevi, Foley, Maddocks; To & # 39; omua, Genia; Sio, Latu, Kepu, Rodda, Coleman, Dempsey, Hooper (capt), Samu.

replacements: Polota-Nafu, Ainsley, Alaalatoa, Simmons, Hanigan, Phipps, Naivalu, Koroibete.

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