ENGLAND  12 V   AUSTRALIA  10
  COMPETITION: World Cup Quarter Final                                                                            Updated 07.01.2008
  VENUE: Stade Vélodrome, Marseilles DATE: 6 October 2007 SPECTATORS:
  REFEREE: Alain Rolland (Ireland) HALFTIME: 6-10  
  SCORERS: SCORERS:
  TRIES: TRIES: Tuqiri
  CONVERSIONS: CONVERSIONS: Mortlock
  PENALTY GOALS: Wilkinson (4) PENALTY GOALS: Mortlock
  DROPPED GOALS: DROPPED GOALS:
   
15 Jason Robinson Unaffiliated 15 Christopher Latham Queensland Reds
14 Paul Sackey  London Wasps 14 Lote Tuqiri NSW Waratahs
13 Matthew Tait Newcastle Falcons 13 Stirling Mortlock (Capt.)  ACT Brumbies
12 Michael Catt (21) London Irish 12 Matthew Giteau  ACT Brumbies
11 Josh Lewsey London Wasps 11 Adam Ashley-Cooper (22) ACT Brumbies
10 Jonny Wilkinson Newcastle Falcons 10 Berrick Barnes  Queensland Reds
9 Andy Gomarsall (20t) Harlequins 9 George Gregan  ACT Brumbies
8 Nick Easter (18) Harlequins 8 Wycliff Palu (19) NSW Waratahs
7 Lewis Moody (19) Leicester Tigers 7 George Smith (20) ACT Brumbies
6 Martin Corry  Leicester Tigers 6 Rocky Elsom (18) NSW Waratahs
5 Ben Kay Leicester Tigers 5 Daniel Vickerman (18t) NSW Waratahs
4 Simon Shaw London Wasps 4 Nathan Sharpe  WA Western Force
3 Phil Vickery (Capt.) (17) London Wasps 3 Guy Shepherdson (17) ACT Brumbies
2 Mark Regan (16) Bristol Rugby 2 Stephen Moore (16) Queensland Reds
1 Andrew Sheridan Sale Sharks 1 Matthew Dunning  NSW Waratahs
   
16 George Chuter (2) Leicester Tigers 16 Adam Frier (2) NSW Waratahs
17 Matt Stevens (3) Bath Rugby 17 Alistair Baxter (3) NSW Waratahs
18 Lawrence Dallaglio (8) London Wasps 18 Hugh McMeniman (5t) (6) Queensland Reds
19 Joe Worsley (7) London Wasps 19 Stephen Hoiles (8) ACT Brumbies
20 Peter Richards (9t) London Irish 20 Phillip Waugh (7) NSW Waratahs
21 Toby Flood (12) Newcastle Falcons 21 Julian Huxley  ACT Brumbies
22 Dan Hipkiss  Leicester Tigers 22 Drew Mitchell (11) WA Western Force
   
  COACH: Brian Ashton COACH: John Donnolly
               
MATCH NOTES


George Gregan's test rugby career ended with this test match. This was his record 139th test. Lewis Moody was playing his 50th test for England.

Sources
http://sport.independent.co.uk/rugby_union/world_cup_news/article3038432.ece
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugby_union/7030422.stm