Dave Rennie explains his decision to start Quade Cooper vs Marcus Smith as they take on England

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Wallabies coach Dave Rennie has spoken to media from the Sunshine Coast. Rennie named his first team of the year today, with David Porecki and Cadeyrn Neville selected for the international debuts against England in Perth on Saturday night. The side will travel to the Western Australia capital later today.

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