From BBC sports news: " Australia expects England to hit them with 'rough' tactics in Saturday`s world cup quarter-final showdown in Marseille. Wallaby head coach John Connolly revealed on Thursday that he met with IRB referee`s chief Paddy O`Brien and raised specific concerns about hooker Mark Regan. 'Knuckles' fears England will try to unsettle the Wallabies and urged referee Alain Rolland to clamp down on anything underhand. 'England picking Regan at hooker delivers intent', said Connolly. 'We`ve spoken to Paddy O`Brien to ensure that he behaves himself, just to ensure that the game`s fair and clean.'" And it appears as if some of his team has caught onto the spirit of things too. This little beauty from Hugh McMeniman, also available on BBC sports news: "You can expect anything from the English really, definately off the ball stuff and anything if you are lying on the ground, a bit of a scratch in the eye, but all the boys have coped with that before." Jeepers, talk about a persecution complex!