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This weekend, Saturday to be precise, would see England welcome Australia to the Twickenham Stadium and England’s coach, Eddie Jones hopes that his squad can extend their 13 unbeaten run to 14 after this match.

And five months after they had whitewashed the Wallabies, Harlequins full back, Mike Brown is ready for another walloping of the Wallabies on Saturday.

England hopes to play a level of rugby that rivals their historic series win in the southern hemisphere despite the absence of some key players.

When asked if there was more in store, Brown was quoted saying,

“Definitely. I think we looked really good in the first five minutes against Argentina before someone got sent off. We were attacking well.

“We sent Jonny May up the right wing a couple of times in space. Even when we were a man down at the end we were making breaks with the limited ball we had.

The 31 year old also mentioned that the team was trying to get better and it was their hope that they would be able to perform much better in the game. He talked about the rivalry between the both teams and how every English team loved playing them.

“And every English team loves playing the Aussies and there is always that rivalry in any sport. They always seem to be great games and are special to be part of.”

At their Wembley base, Australia are also plotting, hoping to take their pound of flesh for their 3-0 drubbing England back in the summer.

Bernard Foley who would be starting the game as half fly for Australia, is hoping that they play well against England and win as it is always a big motivation to finish the year in such a manner.