15 Israel Folau – 7.5
Constant threat and impeccable under the high ball. His line to take pass off Toomua for his try was sumptuous.
14. Dane Haylett-Petty – 6.5
Has been a real find for Australia over the series and finally got his test try his performances deserved. Defensive weakness this week though.
13. Tevita Kuridrani – 6
Jonathan Joseph marked him out of the game and had very little impact in attack.
12. Matt Toomua – 7
Showed the Aussie public what they had been missing for whole series. Ball distribution excellent and assist for Folau’s try gains him extra marks for hand off on Billy Vunipola.
11. Rob Horne – 5.5
Needed to work a lot harder if he was going to have any threat on this game.
10. Bernard Foley – 7
Benefited from having Toomua outside him and really got the backline moving. Decent showing.
9. Nick Phipps – 5
Another torrid evening for Phipps. Youngs and the England back row were all over him from the start.
1. James Slipper – 6.5
Early penalty conceded at the scrum but otherwise pretty solid. 15 tackles is an impressive haul.
2. Stephen Moore – 6
Lineout throwing was put under severe pressure and his overthrow that almost lead to a Chris Robshaw try would have been unforgiveable.
3. Sekope Kepu – 6
A couple of strong carries and had a hand in one of the first half tries but an erratic display in the scrum.
4. Will Skelton – 6
Huge involvement but his willingness and passion wasn’t always best placed from an Aussie point of view as he looked to rile his opposition.
5. Rob Simmonds – 6.5
A big loss for the Wallabies at half time. Was having a barnstorming game as he made a few clean breaks.
6. Scott Fardy – 6.5
Under the radar as usual next to Michael Hooper but in no way less effective.
7. Michael Hooper – 7
He doesn’t seem to have any weaknesses as his attack is scarier than his defence at the breakdown at times.
8. Sean Mcmahon – 7.5
14 tackles and some barrelling runs through the middle. England struggled to contain him for the whole match.
Substitutes – 6
Little or no impact other than Naiyaravoro’s late consolation try.
15. Mike Brown – 6
Took his try well but his decision making is still under massive scrutiny. Persistently put the Red Rose under pressure unnecessarily.
14. Anthony Watson – 7
A quiet series in general but looked his most threatening this weekend. Lovely chip ahead for the Brown try.
13. Jonathan Joseph – 7.5
We haven’t seen the best of him in attack but his defence against Kuridrani across the series but especially this weekend has been exemplary.
12. Owen Farrell – 9
Distribution was crisp and clinical, big defensive effort and his coolness under pressure is an incredible weapon for England to have. Man of the match by a distance.
11. Jack Nowell – 7
A real mixed bag. Overpowered in defence but surprisingly made the same number of metres as Folau. Catch to stop a certain try against Folau gains him extra points.
10. George Ford – 8
What a difference to the man that played against Wales. His tactical kicking relieved pressure but is now a real attacking threat as well.
9. Ben Youngs – 7
Came back well from an early fumble metres from his own line and his clearance kicking relieved pressure admirably.
1. Dan Cole – 7
Scrummaged well after early penalty and nice supporting line for his early try but his late hit on Foley was lucky to go unpunished by either a card or three points on the scoreboard.
2. Dylan Hartley – 6.5
Quiet game from the skipper as the tour finally took its toll. Solid lineout that was at times under pressure.
3. Mako Vunipola – 7.5
Billy is not the only Vunipola thriving under Eddie Jones. 15 tackles and some really positive carries shows Mako’s all round game is constantly improving.
4. Maro Itoje – 7
Moved to the backrow after 30 minutes and certainly made his presence felt. Nuisance at the breakdown getting those long legs in and around the ball to disrupt.
5. George Kruis – 6.5
A quiet game by Kruis’ standards in the loose but made a lot of tackles and put pressure on Moore at the lineout.
6. Chris Robshaw – 6.5
Quietest game so far but still grafted away for 55 minutes before his legs just couldn’t run anymore.
7. Teimana Harrison – 5
Overawed by the whole occasion and a victim of Eddie Jones’ ruthlessness when subbed after 30 minutes.
8. Billy Vunipola – 6.5
Fantastic in attack but very poor in defence as he slipped off a number of tackles, some of which cost England dearly.
Substitutes – 7
Jamie George is becoming a very useful impact sub but Jones himself deserves an extra point for making the back five in the pack so big and powerful to combat the Aussie runners.