England vs Australia, 2019 Rugby World Cup quarter-final: Prediction, lineups, odds, live stream, TV, h2h. England and Australia square off in the first quarterfinal of the 2019 Rugby World Cup on Saturday. Here’s everything you need to know.Rugby World Cup: England v Australia — George Ford dropped for quarter-final
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Rugby World Cup quarter-final: England v Australia
Venue: Oita Stadium Date: Saturday, 19 October Kick-off: 08:15 BST
Coverage: Live commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live and online with text updates on the BBC Sport website.
England have dropped George Ford for their World Cup quarter-final against Australia, with Owen Farrell selected in his place at fly-half.
The teamsheets had barely hit the press before the Australia and England started to play mind games ahead of their 2019 Rugby quaterfinal on Saturday. But if you’re imaging some unsavoury sledging between the sides — you’re wrong.
Australian playmaker Matt To’omua has sledged England’s players for their poor snooker skills and a reluctance to buy a round of drinks.
England will be looking to right the wrongs of four years ago when they meet Australia for a place in the Rugby World Cup semi-final on Saturday.
At the last World Cup, in 2015, England lost a must-win pool stage game against the Aussies that saw them dumped out on home soil.
Under Eddie Jones, however, they have won all six of their meetings against the Wallabies, and will be favourites to make it seven out of seven in Oita.