hopefully this thread will attract more posts than the one I did for Ireland ! We've got a couple of rematches from last year's EOYT, and then a very interesting fixture: - Australia - Argentina - New Zealand All between Nov. 2nd and 16th. * Australia: I feel this year's matchup will be very interesting and telling. England just leapfrogged the Aussies for that prestigious 3rd spot and this is the direct confrontation of the two. The scrum wasn't a problem somehow last November, I do believe it may be this time around. And England have a lot yet to prove and confirm, while the Wallabies have to hang on and replenish that reputation that's just been a constant slope for a while now as we all know - even more so if they lose in Argentina, upcoming. * Argentina: (barring this summer's farce of test matches) these two teams haven't met since...the 2011 RWC Pools. England won 13-9. And the match before that, November 2009 in Twickers, the Pumas had lost again 16-9, eerily similar results. The last and only time Argentina won on English soil was in 2006, 18-25. I don't think Argentina will win this one, but the English sure won't push their scrum back 25metres this time around. * New Zealand: obviously, this may be the most anticipated match of the month - that and possibly France NZ ? - can England make it the start of a win-streak ? They'll most certainly have the psychological edge. And I don't know how much this will play here, but either team may be out of air at this point, likely NZ after all those test matches. NZ can't afford to lose this though.