Autumn Internationals: England 14-20 Australia
England suffer defeat at the hands of their old rivals Australia as they lose 14-20 in their Autumn Test international at Twickenham.
The home side led into the break through Manu Tuilagi's try and three penalties from Toby Flood - but the Wallabies rallied in the second-half to secure the win.
England have now won just one of their last five matches, with South Africa up next at Twickenham next Saturday.
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England's shortcomings and decision making have been the subject of widespread criticism with Sir Clive Woodward quick to question their preparation.
Question marks over their composure led to renewed calls for an injection of experience with the likes of veteran No.8 Nick Easter and France-based flanker Steffon Armitage among those linked with a return but Lancaster has no intention of varying away from his current youth policy with his eyes remaining firmly on the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
"We are developing a squad. We have come very close to winning and we should be confident in the decisions we are making," England coach, Stuart Lancaster said. "Bringing on Mako Vunipola and Joe Launchbury, two 21-year-olds, in the pack shows where we are and where we want to get to."
The Twickenham result dealt a severe blow to England’s hopes of being top seeds for the 2015 Rugby World Cup when the draw is made in London on 3
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