2010 England rugby union tour of Australasia
|2010 England rugby union tour of Australasia|
|Tour captain(s):||Lewis Moody|
|Statistics against Test match opponents
|Previous tour:||Argentina 2009|
|Next tour:||South Africa 2012|
The England rugby team's tour of Australasia in the June 2010 saw the team play two tests against Australia, plus two mid-week games against the Australian Barbarians (essentially Australia A) and a final match against New Zealand Māori.
The tour was notable for England's 20–21 victory in the second test, which at that point was only the third time England had beaten Australia on their own soil – the other two occasions both being in 2003, one of which was the World Cup final.
- Scores and results list England's points tally first.
|Barbarians||35||26||30 May 2010||Twickenham, London||Warm-up||report|
|Australian Barbarians||28||28||8 June 2010||Subiaco Oval, Perth||Tour match||BBC report|
|Australia||17||27||12 June 2010||Subiaco Oval, Perth||Test match||BBC report|
|Australian Barbarians||15||9||15 June 2010||Central Coast Stadium, Gosford||Tour match||BBC report|
|Australia||21||20||19 June 2010||ANZ Stadium, Sydney||Test match||BBC report|
|New Zealand Māori||28||35||23 June 2010||McLean Park, Napier||Tour match||BBC report|
- Manager: Martin Johnson
- Attack Coach: John Wells
- Defence Coach: Mike Ford
- Scrum Coach: Graham Rowntree
- Captain:Lewis Moody (Test matches)