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Wallabies warn of plan to attack

THE Wallabies beat England at Twickenham last year and they won't be changing their playing style in a bid to repeat that when they clash on November 2.

Coach Ewen McKenzie revealed the Wallabies will continue to express themselves on the Spring Tour of Europe despite losing five of seven games since he took over, including the 41-33 loss to the All Blacks in the third Bledisloe Cup Test in Dunedin on Saturday night.

The two victories were against Argentina but McKenzie said he had the confidence in his players to deliver on the world stage.

"The players are really enjoying the way they're going about it. Sure, we want to get better outcomes on the scoreboard," McKenzie said. "Fundamentally, we're not going to depart from the fact that we want to express ourselves."

Wallabies skipper James Horwill (pictured) said his side would travel to Europe aiming to win every game.

"That's our thought process. And now we move on to our first game, England, and we'll deal with who's after that after that first game," he said.

The Wallabies fly out on Friday for the five-match, five-week tour.



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