10. England and Australia meet for the 41st time on Saturday, with the Wallabies boasting a 23-16 win-loss record over their old adversaries. Australia are 3.40 to win again.
9. England have won the past two clashes between these two sides however, the most recent coming in November 2010 when Martin Johnson’s side emerged 35-18 victors. Another England win is priced at 1.35.
8. Australia conceded seven penalties that day which earned England a further 21 points on top of their two tries and successful conversions. England are 4.00 to score the first penalty goal on Saturday.
7. Recalled England winger Chris Ashton scored a try either side of half time at Twickenham that day, converting the first touchdown of the game from Tom Croft’s offload. England are 2.60 to score the first try again.
6. France humbled Australia 33-6 in their first autumn international last week, losing to the French for the first time in seven years. The 27-point loss was their second heaviest ever defeat to France and they are 2.30 to lose on Saturday by 13 points or more.
5. England led 25-0 against Fiji in their first autumn international last weekend, before running out 54-12 victors. A price of 1.63 can be backed for England to win both halves.
4. The Wallabies have an 857-601 aggregate score against England over their past 40 meetings. They average 21.43 points per game against England and are 9.75 to win by 13 points or more.
3. England have beaten Australia nine times in the 21st Century, with two games – in November 2002 and June 2010 – being won by just one point. England are priced at 2.90 to win by 12 points or less.
2. There has only ever been one draw between the two sides: a 15-15 result on English soil in November 1997. Another draw on Saturday can be backed at 23.00.
1. The Wallabies inflicted their heaviest ever defeat on England back in June 1998: a 76-0 victory humbling Clive Woodward’s side with four tries before half time. Australia are priced at 5.25 to win both halves on Saturday.
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