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The Wallabies can secure the Ella-Mobbs Cup by defeating Eddie Jones’ England in Brisbane tonight. If that occurs, Jones’ position will be hanging by a threat.



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England have lost three straight Tests, including last weekend's’s 30-28 defeat to a 14-man Wallabies outfit in Perth.


It has left England’s media calling for Jones’ head and questioning his every move.


TThe three-time world champion Wallabies haven’t lost at Eden Park since way back in 1994 and the venue has become renowned as something of a fortress. Yet the Irish are riding a wave of confidence and have won three of the last five fixtures between the sides since ending a 111-year drought with an historic victory in Chicago in 2016.



Here’s all you need to know about the first Test:



The second Test between Australia and England takes place today on Saturday July 9, 2022 at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Queensland.



England begin their fascinating three-match Test series against New Zealand at Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday morning (8.05am UK time).



The three-time world champion Wallabies haven’t lost at Eden Park since way back in 1994 and the venue has become renowned as something of a fortress. Yet the Irish are riding a wave of confidence and have won three of the last five fixtures between the sides since ending a 111-year drought with an historic victory in Chicago in 2016.



Here’s all you need to know about the first Test



Rebels lock Matt Philip has been promoted from the bench to replace Swain, allowing Nick Frost to make his debut off the bench.


Injuries to Tom Banks (broken arm) and Andrew Kellaway (hamstring) at training sees a new back htre combination, with Jordan Petaia to wear the No.15 jersey for the first time while Tom Wright has been called up onto the right wing.


Elsewhere, Hunter Paisami will partner Samu Kerevi for he first time in an explosive midfield paring after Len Ikitau wasn’t risked after calf tightness.


he first instalment of this three-Test series was far from a work of art but that should take nothing away from Australia’s gritty backs-to-the-wall victory on an evening where pretty much everything that could go wrong, seemed to.


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A raft of injuries have forced a number of changes, with Nick Frost in line for his Wallabies debut off the bench.


They face an English side hungry to square the series, eager to replicate 2016's efforts.


Former Sydney Uni captain Guy Porter will make his starting debut, partnering Owen Farrell in the centres.


Eddie Jones has been forced into the late change as Jack Willis (ribs) drops off the bench with Will Joseph added.


The aftermath has focussed more on England’s shortcomings than Australia’s strengths. The inability to convert a man advantage. The stuttering 10-12 combination. And most significantly the trajectory of the side under Eddie Jones, just a year out from a World Cup.


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Against a buoyant Wallabies outfit at a notoriously difficult destination for visiting teams across many sporting codes, the stakes are high in the touring camp. Defeat could herald Prime Ministerial levels of pressure on the England head coach.


Despite the mass changes, Rennie said he was expecting the Wallabies to improve and wasn’t looking for excuses when he named his side on Thursday.


nderhill was the logical choice to come in for the concussed Tom Curry. He is the most experienced of the three options and will bring defensive ferocity.



One area he will be challenged is at the breakdown, where Hooper is a real wizard. Underhill needs to help win quicker ball, but Eddie Jones has opted for a beefed-up bench, including Jack Willis and Lewis Ludlam.



This is an epic battle in the front row. Tupou was missing last week with a calf injury, and Genge had a good game. ‘Tongan Thor’ presents an altogether more aggressive challenge for the abrasive Bristolian, who does not take a backward step himself.



Here’s all you need to know about the first Test:



Where can I watch it?



The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Main Event - with coverage starting at 7.30am. If you’re not a Sky customer you can grab a NOWTV Day Pass here to watch without a subscription.



The second Test between Australia and England takes place today on Saturday July 9, 2022 at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Queensland.



England begin their fascinating three-match Test series against New Zealand at Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday morning (8.05am UK time).



The three-time world champion Wallabies haven’t lost at Eden Park since way back in 1994 and the venue has become renowned as something of a fortress. Yet the Irish are riding a wave of confidence and have won three of the last five fixtures between the sides since ending a 111-year drought with an historic victory in Chicago in 2016.



Here’s all you need to know about the first Test:


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