England's Summer Tour of Australia
|11th June 2016||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane||AUS 28 v 39 ENG|
|18th June 2016||AAMI Park, Melbourne||AUS 7 v 23 ENG|
|25th June 2016||Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney|
18th June - Australia v England Melbourne
England claimed a piece of rugby history at the weekend when they won a series for the first time in Australia – to jump to second in the world rankings from number eight.
Their 23-7 victory in Melbourne sealed a series win Down Under for Eddie Jones’ side and they will aim for a whitewash in the final Test in Sydney on Saturday.
In a tremendously courageous and gutsy performance, England scored tries through their skipper Dylan Hartley and centre Owen Farrell, who also added the rest of the points via the boot.
From ripped shirts to bloodied heads, desperate defence and clinical finishing, Eddie Jones has now lead England to eight victories in a row and perhaps even the mighty All Blacks will have sat up and taken note of another hugely powerful and convincing England victory.
11th June - Australia v England Brisbane
England stunned Australia with a first ever victory in Brisbane to take a 1-0 series lead over the Wallabies.
In a sensational game, Australia looked to be in control in the first quarter but Eddie Jones’ men roared back. Inspired by a monumental performance from James Haskell, England roared to a 39-28 victory that pushed them up to third in the world rankings.
England skipper Dylan Hartley said the players must not get carried away: "I'm really proud for the guys that they can etch their names in history, but we need to keep our feet on the ground - our egos in check - we now need to go again next week.”
Tries by Jonathan Joseph, Marlon Yarde and Jack Nowell fired England to victory and they will now head to Melbourne looking to win the series on Saturday.
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