Australia completed a 3-0 series whitewash over a very poor French team, beating Les Bleus 39-13 in Sydney on Saturday.
The Wallabies completed a series whitewash against France by handing the visitors a comprehensive 39-13 defeat in the third Test in Sydney on Saturday.
Australia are set to take an all-out attacking approach into their third and final Test against France in Sydney on Saturday.
Australia may have the series wrapped up, but the French have shown they have some grit about them. In this final rubber there is still plenty to prove.
Four of France's leading players, including scrum-half Morgan Parra and centre Mathieu Bastareaud, are struggling to be fit for their final Test against Australia.
France coach Philippe Saint-Andre has continued his selection merry-go-round when he named the team to face Australia.
Waratahs enforcer Will Skelton will make his Test debut for the Wallabies as they target a clean sweep of the French in Sydney on Saturday.
The Wallabies may have been held to their lowest winning score in 87 years, but Ewen McKenzie is pleased they found a different way to win.
What has happened to French rugby? That is the most burning question in the game at present.
A win is a win, no matter how ugly or boring. However, it was tough sitting through 80 minutes of this kick-fest.
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