Jonathan Joseph shows delightful hands to slide in for England's second try of the match.
Having been on the back-foot with Australia falling on the wrong side of some referee calls, it's Joseph that puts the match to bed as he latches on to the ball to score on the left-hand side.
Owen Farrell strikes the conversion through the posts to put England 20-6 in front.
Elliot Daly has scored the first try of the game at Twickenham, as the British Lion latches on to a ball, which many had thought had touched the sideline, but the video referee adjudges it to not have hit the whitewash, and England pull well clear.
Owen Farrell's boot makes no mistake from the conversion, and England lead 13-3 after 56 minutes.
It goes from bad to worse for Australia, as not only are they without Michael Hooper, who is in the sin-bin, but Kurtley Beale will join him in the bin, as he is handed a yellow card in the dying moments of the first half.
So, England head into the break with a 6-0 advantage, thanks to two Owen Farrell penalties, and the Aussies will return with only 13 men.
England double their lead at Twickenham through a penalty from the boot of Owen Farrell,
But, it's a hammer blow for Australia as the instrumental flanker Michael Hooper has been handed a yellow card, and the Wallabies will spend the next ten minutes trying to hold England off with only 14 men.
It's been a fairly cagey affair in the opening 15 minutes at Twickenham, and it's a solitary Owen Farrell penalty that puts England in front, but it's the emergence of Maro Itoje off the English bench that gets the crowd cheering, as he replaces Sam Underhill, who is off for a head injury assessment.
England and Australia are set for a cracking clash at Twickenham, with Eddie Jones' men heading into the clash as favourites.
With the Ashes a matter of days away this will surely whet the appetite for a few months of England and Australia doing battle.
Here We Go!!
Eddie Jones' England squad for the upcoming Autumn International with Australia.
Owen Farrell comes into the starting XV at inside-centre in place of Henry Slade.
Mike Browns continuing concussion issue sees Anthony Watson start at full-back, while Saracen's Maro Itoje must make do with a place on the bench.
See the full line-up below:
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The World Rugby council has awarded the hosting of the 2023 World Cup to France after a secret ballet in London.
World Rugby chairman, Bill Beaumont, upon announcing France as the hosts, said: “We were fortunate to have three great bids. Two of the candidates will be extremely disappointed obviously. I am delighted for France. It’s going to be a really exciting tournament.”
Representatives of Ireland and South Africa, who were the recommended choice of an independent review into the process, were indeed aggrieved and have been publically detailing their displeasure with the selection.
Wales and Lions player Jonathan Davies came off injured in the closing minutes of his Wales side's loss to Australia in Cardiff on Saturday.
In the aftermath of the game, Wales coach Warren Gatland denied his centre had picked up an injury.
"He's fine, he's just got a knock on the knee," he said.
"It wasn't an injury replacement."
But news has emerged this morning that Davies has suffered an injury to his foot and will be out for six months. That means he'll miss Wales 2018 Six Nations campaign as well as his club side Scarlett's domestic campaign.