Ali Stokes dishes out the player ratings following England's 37-18 victory over the Wallabies at Twickenham earlier today.
1. Ben Moon - 8
Looking more like England's first-choice loosehead than the fourth man in line. Well and truly filling the gaping hole left by Joe Marler's retirement. Reliable across the board.
2. Jamie George - 7
A workhorse performance from the British and Irish Lion, has done his chances of a permanent starting berth no harm.
3. Kyle Sinckler - 9
Easy choice for the Man Of The Match award. Destructive in the carry, an intelligent runner and exceptional ball player in the front row. Handled Scott Sio in the scrum comfortably.
4. Maro Itoje - 7
Consistently influential. Plenty of unseen work to glue England's performance together today.
5. Courtney Lawes - 7
Back to his ball carrying best, physical across all aspects. Also beginning to play a role as a breakdown pest.
6. Brad Shields - 6.5
Yet to really make the six jersey his own during Chris Robshaw's absence. Mobile, but another patchy performance from the former Hurricanes captain.
7. Sam Underhill - 7
As dominant as ever in defence, regular breakdown threat and a truly tireless work rate.
8. Mark Wilson - 8
Just nipped to the MOTM award by Sinckler. The success story of England's November campaign. Supreme in all aspects of his role, demonstrating a pleasantly surprisingly ability as a carrier off the back of the scrum.
9. Ben Youngs - 7
Created a near try with his second minute charge down, busy and accurate.
10. Owen Farrell - 7.5
Very fortunate not to concede a penalty try or yellow card for his shoulder charge during the final moments of the first-half. Continues to stand as England's key driving factor. A well placed offload out of the tackle for the Elliot Daly try stands as a highlight.
11. Jonny May - 8
An ever-present try-scoring threat for England. Domineering in the air, physical in the tackle and quicker than a prop to the front of the buffet line.
12. Ben Te'o - 7
Slightly quit, but a stabilising presence in England's backline. The former Rugby League man has proved as the glue Eddie Jones has been searching for since the beginning of his England tenure.
13. Henry Slade - 7.5
Close to creating a moment of magic for a second Jonny May try. Slight mistakes still blotch his performances, but the Exeter man has finally looks comfortable at Test level. Only a fir Manu Tuilagi looks certain to unseat Slade from the thirteen jersey.
14. Joe Cokanasiga - 8
Cokanasiga's sudden appearance within English rugby is travelling at lightspeed. The Fijian-born monstrous winger was close to claiming three tries in just two caps. His muscular presence and searing pace may be enough to keep Anthony Watson and Jack Nowell at bay.
15. Elliot Daly - 7
Still getting used to life as a fullback, but Daly proved his worth in the second line of attack with his 44th minute score. If he can fix his slightly shaky decision making and work under the ball, he could become an undroppable part of Jones's backline.
16. Dylan Hartley: 6
17. Alec Hepburn:5
18. Harry Williams: 5
19. Charlie Ewels: 5
20. Nathan Hughes: 5
21. Richard Wigglesworth 6
22. George Ford: 6
23. Manu Tuilagi: 7