Eddie Jones hopes Australia bring "their best game" against his England side next week so he can assess their level.

Jones wants stern Wallabies test

Jones wants stern Wallabies test

Jones watched the Red Rose defeat Argentina 21-8 in their autumn series opener at Twickenham on Saturday with Nathan Hughes and Semesa Rokoduguni both grabbing tries.

It was a third win in six months against the Pumas and Jones was relatively pleased with the outcome but felt there is still room for improvement.

He said: "It was a grindathon, wasn't it? We were off the pace a bit.

"We haven't played since March together. Our fluency and understanding wasn't there, which is understandable."

He added: "I thought it was a good win against a team that at the 60-minute mark was leading the All Blacks [in the Rugby Championship], so you can't underestimate them."

The 57-year-old will now begin preparing the squad for a game against his homeland on Saturday and he wants the Wallabies to bring their A-game to Twickenham on the back of an impressive 29-21 win against Wales in Cardiff.

"We're hoping Australia bring their best game and we'll see where we're at. We have a very clear vision of how we want to play against Australia," Jones said.