England scrum coach Neal Hatley says they have a cunning plan to neutralise the massive height of Wallabies Rory Arnold.
The Brumbies lock stands at 208cm and is the tallest Wallaby ever, and Arnold could provide Australia with a serious advantage at the lineout.
"Arnold poses a definite threat. We've watched some of the clips from him from the Currie Cup in South Africa all the way through to the Brumbies," Hatley said.
"It's going to be hard work to negate him, but we've put things in place that hopefully will be able to sort that out.
England head coach Eddie Jones says that his side will play 'Bodyline' rugby when they take on Australia over the next three weeks.
"We've worked ridiculously hard. It's going to be confrontational and that's what it's about in international rugby, especially at the set piece," said Hatley.
"We'll have to be unbelievably tough and hopefully that will set the platform for what's to come after that.
"We will have a tough and uncompromising approach. Bodyline for us is about changing what we do and presenting a different picture.