Billy Vunipola has recovered from a twisted ankle and will start on Saturday, as will his brother Mako in the front row. Ford, Marler and Kruis were all included on the eight-man reserves bench.
Actually, it all started when Australian Rugby player To'omua (Ellyse Perry's husband) in a press meet explained that his former English mates never bought him a beer, and were bad on playing snooker, "Manu (Tuilagi) is a awful snooker player, George Ford never pays for a beer, Ben Youngs isn't even the best rugby player in his family, let alone the country".
Farrell's shift from 12 to 10 and Tuilanga's move from outside to inside centere to create a spot for Slade was done with defense in mind.
"Australia are a clever team, they will have some specific attacking strategies to play against us so we need to have a great situational awareness", he said.
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However when England staged a full pace training match during the time slot where they were due to play France, both Billy Vunipola and Nowell did not participate. But, it triggered Ben Young and in his latest press meet, he went on to troll the Australian player on the name of his wife.
The victor at Oita on Saturday will meet either defending champion New Zealand or Ireland in the semifinals.
But England has responded to that loss by winning the last six head-to-head meetings, all under the guidance of ex-Australia coach Eddie Jones. Australia came second in Pool D after losing to Wales despite beating Fiji, Uruguay and Georgia. You can also follow this game right here with Telegraph Sport.
"We know how well we can play, it's about us playing to our strengths and trying to take away from what Australia want".