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England have changed two for Australia with Nathan Hughes and Marland Yarde starting at Twickenham on Saturday.Yarde comes in for the suspended Elliot Daly while Hughes makes his first Test start as he replaces the injured Billy Vunipola.Weve had a great weeks preparation and we cant wait to get to Twickenham on Saturday with the crowd right behind us, said England coach Eddie Jones. Nathan Hughes comes in for Billy Vunipola, who has been exceptional for us all year and we wish him well in his recovery from injury. Nathan is a strong runner and will provide go-forward.Marland Yarde starts on the right-wing. As Ive said before, I like one winger with pace which is Jonny May and then we want work-rate -- Marland will work hard for us.The great thing about our team is that no-one is irreplaceable. Weve had seven influential players missing throughout the autumn but weve been able to wed fill that gap and thats the sort of team we are developing.The bench stays unchanged with Dave Attwood and Semesa Rokoduguni remaining with the squad as travelling reserves. England head into Saturdays match on a 13-match winning run, 12 coming under Jones, but the England coach is giving little through to that record or their 3-0 series win on Australian soil in June.Instead, Jones is focusing on completing four from four in the autumn Tests as they look to replicate a World Cup environment.Australia have improved significantly since we last played them. The enduring feature of Australian rugby is their cleverness, Jones continued. They look like they are doing one thing and they do the other. They have got some quite clever two-phase variation plays and we are going to need to be on our guard.They played very deep and a long way from the gain line against us in June, now they are really flattening up. Theyve really got their attack together and its clear Stephen Larkham is doing a good job with them.We want to make the game into a physical contest but we also need to be flexible and adaptable like we were against Argentina and if do that well put ourselves in a good position to win the game.Weve played three Test matches on the trot which is important because it replicates a World Cup pool. You get through the pool you then need to win every game to win the World Cup.Weve won three from three so its a great dress rehearsal for the World Cup. We need to win this game to progress to the next stage.You cant just win three games to go through, Japan showed that, so weve got to get in that practice of winning four games on the trot against quality opposition.England: Mike Brown, Marland Yarde, Jonathan Joseph, Owen Farrell, Jonny May, George Ford, Ben Youngs; Mako Vunipola, Dylan Hartley (captain), Dan Cole, Courtney Lawes, George Kruis, Chris Robshaw, Tom Wood, Nathan Hughes.Replacements: Jamie George, Joe Marler, Kyle Sinckler, Charlie Ewels, Teimana Harrison, Danny Care, Ben Teo, Henry Slade. Wholesale Air Max Shoes .J. -- Marty Brodeur beat the Pittsburgh Penguins yet again. Wholesale Air Max For Sale . The giant slalom world champion slipped during her first run in the morning, landing on her back and then twisting forward before getting her leg caught in the protective material on the side of the slope. http://www.wholesaleairmaxforsale.com/ . 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Cueto responded to the pep talk by striking out six of his last seven batters, then Jay Bruce helped make him a winner by hitting a tiebreaking home run that carried the Cincinnati Reds to a 4-3 victory over the New York Mets on Monday night. "I asked myself, What was going on, what happened?" Cueto said through a translator. "I told myself I have to start pitching the way I am. Then after that, I said, That is me." Brandon Phillips had a two-run single for his first career hit off Shaun Marcum in 13 at-bats. Phillips also made two sparkling plays in the field to help the Reds bounce back from a stunning 3-2 loss to the Phillies in which closer Aroldis Chapman gave up two home runs. Chapman, the Reds fifth reliever, struck out two -- one on a 99 mph fastball -- in a perfect ninth for his ninth save. He had blown his two previous save chances. "Got to get back on the horse, right away," manager Dusty Baker said. "Otherwise it festers and grows." Cueto (2-0) started for the first time since leaving his outing April 13 in the fifth inning with a strained left upper-back muscle. Making his fourth start of the season, the Reds ace gave up three hits and three runs with eight strikeouts in five innings. But he walked four, including one in the third, when Marlon Byrd touched him for a three-run homer. "I knew you just couldnt keep getting in trouble like that, walking guys without centring one, but thats just what happened," Baker said. "But he came back and pitched well." After the homer, Cueto struck out four in a row with a fastball that reached the mid-90s. His counterpart, Marcum (0-5), rarely reached 86 mph in pitching at least six innings for the second straight start after failing to finish five in any of his first three starts with the Mets. Still, he remains winless in his first season in New York. Slumping Mets first baseman Ike Davis slid deeper into his monthlong funk, going 0 for 3 and being called for interference in the field when he was clipped at first by Joey Votto, who was making a turn toward second base in the Reds three-run first inning. Davis was lifted in a double switch after striking out in the sixth, his second strikeout of the night. He has two hits in his last 36 at-bats, and only one RBI in May. Marcum appeared headed for another early exit after a 20-minute top of the first. He walked Shin-Soo Choo leading off. After an out, Votto, the NL player of the week, hit a smash that ricocheted off first base and into right field. As he made his turn at first, Votto nudged Davis, who waas nonchalantly standing near the bag, watching the play.dddddddddddd Votto was tagged out at second but Davis was charged with an error for interference and Votto was awarded second. "I was looking for the ball and I took a couple of steps," Davis said. "Thats why I was there longer than I shouldve been." Phillips followed with a two-run single and Bruce doubled in a run, extending his hitting streak to 11. Marcum struck out Todd Frazier and Xavier Paul, and walked off to mock cheers. "Weve been through this now for what, five starts? I get hit, its location. I made four or five mistakes today and they all got hit," Marcum said. "Got to limit the mistakes." The right-hander did not give up another hit until Paul singled with two outs in the fourth. Bruce broke the tie with a scorching line drive into the right-field seats leading off the sixth. "Woo, that was a missile," Baker said. Mets manager Terry Collins took a chance on putting strikeout-prone Rick Ankiel in the second spot in the order because he was 7 for 16 against Cueto, and Ankiel led off the third with a single. David Wright walked and, after Lucas Duda struck out, Byrd sent a drive to left field for his fourth homer this year. Byrd came in 6 for 11 against Cueto. The Mets loaded the bases in the first on two walks and a single by Duda, bringing up Davis. The scoreboard operator urged fans to cheer on Davis, and many of the 23,038 in attendance made some noise. Davis hit a sharp grounder toward second, but Phillips dived to his right to stop it and then threw out Davis. "I hit one ball hard -- at the wrong guy, a Gold Glover," Davis said. Phillips then showed why hes a three-time Gold Glove winner in the fifth, making a long run into centre field for a basket catch with his back to the plate. It was a very difficult play, but he made it look easy. "I practice that," Phillips said. Collins and reliever LaTroy Hawkins were ejected by plate umpire Tom Hallion after the top of the seventh for disputing a call that Phillips was hit by a pitch. Collins and Hawkins insisted the ball hit the knob of the bat and not Phillips hand. NOTES: The Mets signed RHP David Aardsma to a minor league contract. 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