England have had Australia's number in recent times, and Eddie Jones' side will want to keep that dominance intact when they host the Wallabies in an autumn international at Twickenham. With the build-up being hostile, and that is putting it mildly, expect a few fireworks on the field come kickoff time on Saturday.
Jones' England were terrific in a series in Australia in June, whitewashing the Wallabies 3-0. Since Jones has taken over, England have been a team transformed and if they beat Australia on Saturday, they will make it 14 Test matches in a row without a loss and stay unbeaten through 2016.
"If we win this Test then we create history, so we're aiming to create history," Aussie Jones, who has copped quite a bit of criticism from Wallabies coach Michael Cheika and the media back in his homeland. "It's their last chance of redemption because they've had a tough year and if they win this Test they can go home happy.
"To beat them we've got to break them mentally and physically. We know they're going to come out in the first 20 minutes like there's no tomorrow. We've practised, we're equipped to handle it and we'll win the game in the last 20. But I don't think fear is an element of our team makeup.
"The players are sharp and on it. They want this game, it's a big game for us. I don't think you have fear when you have clarity and confidence about the way you want to play and confidence from how you've prepared."
Cheika has held back no punches in the build-up to this match, making clear what he feels of Jones and his England team. That means there will be a lot of animosity when the two sides step onto the Twickenham pitch, which could also mean a physical, no-holds-barred contest could be in the offing.
"Michael Cheika has had a lot to say this week," Jones added. "I'm disappointed he's upset. He's made some comments about legacy. We don't have anything to do with legacy. It's an uncontrollable part of what happens so we're not perturbed about that."
Where to Watch Live
England vs Australia is scheduled for a 2.30pm GMT (8pm IST, 1.30am AEDT). Live Streaming and TV information is below.
India: No live coverage.
UK: TV: Sky Sports 2. Live Streaming: Sky Go.
Australia: TV: Channel Nine and Bein Sports.
New Zealand: TV: Sky Sport. Live Sreaming: Sky Go NZ.
South Africa: TV: SuperSport 2. Live Streaming: SuperSport Live Video.
Latin America: TV: ESPN. Live Streaming: ESPN Play.