Was on of those who got up at 5 am to watch it live ( flicking across to the cricket occasionally of course ) Did not come on Saturday as did not want to put up any " spoilers " and then completely forgot to comment. Certainly quite a finish and really do not get why both of Gareth Widdop's last 2 kick off's were able to be fielded on the full at around the " 20 " and returned with interest. For me the ball has to either hit the ground or be landing in the in goal area. To be fair to Tonga, they could have scored at any point in he game and for 73 mins the English defence was excellent. James Graham and James Roby both had great games and indeed on one Tongan Break JG ( a forward ) was charging back and was able to influence the play right on his own goal line. For me, the attack is better with Roby at hooker over Josh Hodgson and with the latter's injury " Robes " looks likely to play the full 80. Also in doubt for England is captain Sean O'Loughlin, who lasted just 38 minutes of the semi-final before leaving with a quad strain. Do feel there is enough leadership in the squad to overcome this, but would be interested to see who gets his spot. Australia always a tough nut to crack, but believed we could beat them before the group game and still feel this way. If Watkins, McGillvary, Gale, Roby, Graham and Alex Walmsley all play well then they will cause a ton of problems. Defensively, if we can keep our discipline and can scramble effectively when needed, then I think we can again keep them to under 20 and if we do then the fire power is definitely there.