Jones opens war of words ahead of Wallabies clash

Jones opens war of words ahead of Wallabies clash

Winger Elliot Daly was shown a red card for a unsafe tackle on Leonardo Senatore while he was in the air, which left the forward prone and failing the head injury assessment. They have got some issues with the way that they scrum so we need to have a meeting with the referee and we will invite the Australian coaching staff to come along.

And asked whether Saturday's victory was his best since taking over, Jones said: "The best win is to come - next Saturday against Australia". "I am not going to sort it out for them".

Things turned even uglier when Argentina's Enrique Pieretto was also sent off in shame for STAMPING on Joe Marler's head in the 75th minute as both sides finished with 14 men.

"I was quite excited about it because it was an opportunity for us to do something we hadn't done before", Jones said.

"We went out with a certain game plan but had to abandon it after five minutes", added Jones. "The best win is to come, Australia will be the best win".

Ireland raced into a 17-0 lead thanks to tries from Iain Henderson and Garry Ringrose before Wallabies winger Dane Haylett-Petty struck just before half-time.

Jones' rampant Red Rose men have no such concerns after moving to second in the world behind New Zealand.

Daly was shown a red card in the fifth minute of Saturday's 27-14 victory at Twickenham after colliding with Leonardo Senatore while the number eight was in the process of catching a high ball. He made the point - and it's so true - that when you get beaten by a big score the attention you put on the next game against that opposition is more intense. "We all make them".

"It was an error of judgment and he will get over it. Billy is in some pain and we will have to wait for his medical examination".

Speaking of the Daly disaster World Cup winning coach Sir Clive Woodward said: "There's no doubt about it, it was definite red card".

"He has to bounce back, he has no choice".

"No one holds any recrimination against him and I don't understand the questioning on this".

"Our scrum got penalised everywhere tonight so they [England] should be pushing us around no drama I'd say", Cheika said.

The Pumas made life even harder for themselves when Juan Martin Hernandez had a clearance charged down and then had the ball ripped from his grasp by Farrell. We are learning all the time and it's an exciting time to be an England player.

I think they will beat Australia next week, they are so confident and can take a lot out of this performance.

"Having lost the chance to win the grand slam they've got no pressure on them and when they've got no pressure Australians tend to go for the throat", Jones said.