|England (16) 32|
|Tries: Steward, Blamire Con: Farrell, Smith Pen: Farrell 5, Smith|
|Australia (12) 15|
|Pens: O’Connor 5|
England passed their first serious test of the autumn as an incisive first-half attacking performance paved the way to victory over Australia.
Full-back Freddie Steward sliced through for England’s first try after just six minutes.
James O’Connor’s boot kept a dogged Australia in the fight, cutting the hosts’ lead to 16-15 after the break.
But as the game got scrappy, England closed out the contest with a series of penalties.
The final play of the game saw replacement hooker Jamie Blamire take advantage of some tired, stretched Australia defence to motor in for his sixth try in just four Test appearances.
More to follow.