Eddie Jones’ side arrive at the Suncorp Stadium, where the Wallabies have won each of their last 10 Tests, desperately seeking to force a winner-takes-all decider in Sydney next weekend.
England fell to a fourth successive defeat in the summer opener in Perth last Saturday, despite boasting a man advantage after lock Darcy Swain was sent off in the first half for headbutting Jonny Hill.
That continued their woeful run of form in 2022 amid more questions over Jones’ leadership with a World Cup on the horizon.
Guy Porter and Tommy Freeman will both make their England Test debuts today, while Jack van Poortvliet is handed his maiden start at scrum-half as the tourists gamble with their team selection in a bid to keep the series alive.
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Where to watch Australia vs England
TV channel: In the UK, Australia vs England will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action, with match coverage beginning at 10:15am BST ahead of a 10:55am kick-off.
Live stream: Subscribers can also watch the contest unfold live online using the Sky Go app.
Live coverage: You can follow all the action as it happens on Saturday morning with Standard Sport’s LIVE match blog.