The Wallabies take on England at Twickenham on Saturday - can Australia pull off an upset to end their European tour and deny the hosts a record-equalling win?
The build up to the game has seen a war of words between England coach Eddie Jones and his Wallabies counterpart Michael Cheika, but which one will be left smiling come the end of the contest at Twickenham?
Cheika's side lost all three games against England on home soil six months ago and will bid for revenge when the two sides collide with the Wallabies must improved half-a-year on.
Australia have been impressive on their tour of Europe, but lost last week to Ireland in Dublin. Now they seek to head back Down Under having returned to winning way against England, who are unbeaten in 2016.
Jones' side is also just one victory away from equalling the England record of 14 straight wins set by Sir Clive Woodward's men back in 2003.
England are strong favourites to equal the run at just $1.28 with bet365
to win, with Australia $3.75 to pull off the upset.
England must, however, do without injured number eight Billy Vunipola with Nathan Hughes coming in for his first start, while Marland Yarde returns on the wing for the suspended Elliot Daly.
Dean Mumm has been cleared to line up for the Wallabies after avoiding suspension of his lifting tackle against Ireland, while Will Genia is out after Stade Francais refused to release him for the game.
England should be too good for the Wallabies at Twickenham and it will be a record equalling 14th straight win, but don't expect it to be a smooth route to victory. The 1-12 winning margin offers the best value with Australia to make it a close contest.