- 17 November 2012, 2:30pm
80 mins:It's all over! The referee has blown his whistle to end the game.
76 mins:Chris Robshaw has made 10 good tackles so far this game.
76 mins:Liam Gill comes on.
76 mins:David Dennis comes off.
73 mins:David Paice comes on.
73 mins:Tom Youngs comes off.
73 mins:England decide to make a substitution, with Owen Farrell getting some game time.
73 mins:England decide to make a substitution, with Brad Barritt being replaced.
71 mins:England have won 80 rucks so far this game.
70 mins:Australia make a substitution with Sekope Kepu coming on.
70 mins:Australia make a substitution with Ben Alexander coming off.
70 mins:Michael Hooper has made 10 good tackles so far this game.
69 mins:Kurtley Beale has made 10 good tackles so far this game.
69 mins:Australia sub Drew Mitchell comes onto the field.
69 mins:Digby Ioane departs for Australia.
66 mins:David Dennis comes on for Australia.
66 mins:Liam Gill leaves the field.
66 mins:There wasn't enough power on that penalty goal attempt by Berrick Barnes as it drops short of the posts.
60 mins:James Slipper comes on.
60 mins:Benn Robinson comes off.
60 mins:Mike Brown comes on.
60 mins:Charlie Sharples comes off.
60 mins:Ben Youngs comes on.
60 mins:Danny Care comes off.
59 mins:Australia have won 80 rucks so far this game.
59 mins:What a tackle there by Michael Hooper as he saves a certain try!.
59 mins:England have won 60 rucks so far this game.
55 mins:Australia decide to make a substitution, with Liam Gill getting some game time.
55 mins:Australia decide to make a substitution, with David Dennis being replaced.
55 mins:Adam Ashley-Cooper has made 10 good tackles so far this game.
53 mins:England make a substitution with Joe Launchbury coming on.
53 mins:England make a substitution with Tom Palmer coming off.
52 mins:The Australia supporters go wild as Berrick Barnes successfully kicks the penalty goal.
50 mins:Trouble here as Ben Tapuai breaches the defence.
49 mins:The touch judges raise their flags as Berrick Barnes kicks the penalty goal.
49 mins:England sub Mako Vunipola comes onto the field.
49 mins:Joe Marler departs for England.
49 mins:Tom Wood comes on for England.
49 mins:Tom Johnson leaves the field.
47 mins:Thomas Waldrom has made 10 good tackles so far this game.
47 mins:Tom Johnson has made 10 good tackles so far this game.
43 mins:Berrick Barnes adds the three points for Australia.
42 mins:Australia have won 60 rucks so far this game.
41 mins:Geoff Parling has made 10 good tackles so far this game.
40 mins:Stephen Moore comes on.
40 mins:Tatafu Polota-Nau comes off.
40 mins:Brad Barritt has made 10 good tackles so far this game.
40 mins:The second half is underway.
40 mins:The half-time whistle blows and both teams? head for the dressing rooms.
39 mins:Toby Flood has hooked the conversion to the left of the posts.
39 mins:That's a great try assist by Brad Barritt.
38 mins:A series of passes by England results in a try for Manu Tuilagi.
36 mins:Conversion attempt from Berrick Barnes has the distance but not the direction.
36 mins:England have won 40 rucks so far this game.
34 mins:Nick Phipps sets up the try.
34 mins:Great hands by Australia leads to a try for Nick Cummins.
34 mins:This is dangerous for the defence as Nick Phipps bursts through to advance the Australia attack.
33 mins:Toby Flood does the business as his penalty goal attempt goes over.
30 mins:Berrick Barnes makes no mistake with that penalty goal attempt.
27 mins:Australia have won 40 rucks so far this game.
23 mins:Toby Flood kicks the penalty.
19 mins:England have won 20 rucks so far this game.
17 mins:A gap opened in the defence and Nick Cummins took full advantage.
12 mins:Berrick Barnes has kicked a drop goal.
11 mins:The defensive line has been broken as Michael Hooper goes through the gap.
11 mins:Australia have won 20 rucks so far this game.
2 mins:Toby Flood has kicked a penalty goal.
We are underway as the referee blows his whistle.
- 17 November 2012, 2:30pm
England crashed to a 20-14 defeat against Australia - a loss they may still be regretting in three years' time.
The Wallabies bounced back from a 33-6 thumping in France last week to dominate England, whose chances of being a top seed at their home Rugby World Cup in 2015 now look remote.
England have worn purple shirts twice - against Argentina and Australia - and both times they have lost.
England clawed a half-time lead with a contentious try from Manu Tuilagi after Nick Cummins had scored his first international try for the Wallabies.
But Australia turned the screw after the interval with Berrick Barnes kicking a total of 15 points and it was not until England emptied their bench that they posed any consistent threat.
England will rue their bold decisions to kick second-half penalties to touch instead of taking points because the Wallabies defence held firm.
And the more panicky England became, the more mistakes they made and Australia saw out the victory to reclaim the Cook Cup.
England's kit was officially described as "regal purple", in order to reflect their place among the "rugby royalty".
But with South Africa and New Zealand due at Twickenham over the next fortnight, England face an uphill battle to join the elite in the top band of World Cup seeds when the draw is made on December 4.
That would leave England with the prospect of facing one of the southern hemisphere giants in the pool stages.
Toby Flood kicked England into an early lead but they spent most of the first half battling to stay in the game, in the face of an Australia side who were more direct and more threatening.
Initially, England defended ferociously, hitting the Wallaby ball-carriers hard on the gainline, holding them up and driving them backwards.
But as the first half wore on, England began to slip off key first-up tackles and that allowed the Wallabies to build the pressure.
Danny Care did well to halt Tatafu Polota-Nau in the corner after Australia had attempted a crafty short lineout but they were soon on the back foot again.
Michael Hooper, the Australian openside with an English father, slipped through Tom Youngs' tackle and offloaded to Cummins, forcing England to scramble again.
Wycliff Palu, Cummins and Alexander were all halted in their tracks before Barnes slotted the drop goal to bring the Wallabies level.
England built the phases for the first time but without any real menace, unlike the Wallabies who won a scrum against the head and then released Cummins on the outside again.
Tuilagi and then Flood made half-breaks for England before Thomas Waldrom took a quick tap penalty and flicked the ball inside to Chris Robshaw.
Hooper was forced to slow things down illegally and Flood's second penalty crept over the bar to restore England's lead but it was brief respite.
Hooper ran onto a long lineout and the Wallabies hammered away at the England line before Ben Alexander, with Benn Robinson on his shoulder, drove low from the ruck.
The television pictures were not conclusive enough for the try to be awarded but Joe Marler was penalised at the subsequent scrum, allowing the Wallabies to leave with some points.
Flood responded with a third penalty but Care, who had been very effective in defence, was punished for a loose kick with Nick Phipps launching the counter-attack.
Phipps beat one defender and then released Cummins with a questionably forward pass but the Wallaby wing streaked down the right and dived over in the corner for his maiden Test try.
Care made amends immediately, turning down a kickable penalty to take the quick tap. Tom Johnson and Brad Barritt shipped the ball wide for Tuilagi, who had Sharples on his outside but decided to go himself.
Tuilagi powered through Beale and Phipps and stretched for the line with the the TMO finally confirming he had got the ball down on the whitewash.
Australia were back in the groove immediately after the interval, with Barnes and Beale pulling the strings and the Wallaby pack edging the set-piece battle.
Barnes slotted three penalties in quick succession. England's response was to send on replacements and two of them in particular made an immediate impact.
Joe Launchbury took a towering high ball before Mako Vunipola burst though the line and Ashton arrowed towards the corner before being tackled into touch just short of the line.
England piled on the pressure, twice rejecting penalty shots at goal in the hope of driving the Wallabies back from the lineout and it almost worked but Waldrom lost control as he grounded the ball.
This time the television official's decision went against England.
Barnes' long-range penalty attempt fell short and Vunipola continued to cause damage to the Wallabies, destroying one scrum and then carrying powerfully into the Australian 22.
England went for another quick tap penalty and Waldrom came steaming onto the ball but he was chopped down short of the line and again the gamble failed to pay off.