Three penalties from Australia full back Berrick Barnes in the opening ten minutes of the second half proved crucial as Harlequins captain Chris Robshaw's England crashed 20-14 to the Wallabies in the second of the autumn internationals at Twickenham.

A first half Manu Tuilagi try and nine points from the boot fly half Toby Flood gave head coach Stuart Lancaster's men the edge at half time with a 14-11 lead, after a Nick Cummins try - featuring a forward pass in the build up - and two Barnes penalties had briefly put the Wallabies 11-9 up.

England: Goode, Ashton, Tuilagi, Barritt (Farrell 74), Sharples (Brown 60), Flood, Care (Youngs 60); Marler (Wood, 48), Youngs (Paice, 74), Cole, Palmer (Launchbury, 53), Parling, Johnson(Vunipola, 48), Robshaw, Waldrom.