Sydney - Australia coach Michael Cheika says his team is happy to
play their final Rugby Championship Test at Twickenham on Saturday.
The Wallabies have played at Twickenham six times over the
last two years and will play their seventh Test in London since November 2014
when they face Argentina this weekend.
It's the first Rugby Championship Test to be played in
"It is pretty unheard of for Australians to say they
feel like Twickenham is a home ground but we had a run of five or six games in
a row here last year," Cheika said.
"It is always a fabulous venue. When we are playing
England obviously it creates an atmosphere but even in the games last year when
we didn't play England there was a good atmosphere.
"I'm sure that will be the case in this game as well
and we are really looking forward to it to be honest. It is a great place to
play rugby so you wouldn't miss the opportunity if you had the chance."
Cheika will be forced to make at least one change to his
team after Sean McMahon suffered an ankle injury in the loss to South Africa in
McMahon, nominally a flanker, came into the side at number
eight for the 18-10 defeat at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday in place of the
injured David Pocock.
In contention to replace him are Lopeti Timani and Leroy
Houston, the latter who is yet to make his Test debut.