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Toby Flood admitted England had had a 'wake-up call' after being given a hard afternoon by the fierce Samoans. England made four changes from the team that beat Australia; resting players including Lewis Moody and Mike Tindall. Tindall's replacement, Matt Banahan, scored the first try and was also involved in the second when he intercepted a pass and put Tom Croft, who had come off the bench, over to score.Samoa's Paul Williams scored shortly after half-time, giving the visitors a lead of 8-6, and the Samoans were pressing to cause another upset until Banahan intervened.Flood said: "We allowed them to harass us and harry us, which was the reason for our downfall. We were down about 10 or 12 per cent down from last week." The team recovered, however, to take their second win of the autumn.England 26Samoa 13Scorers:England: Tries: Banahan, Croft; Cons: Flood (2); Pens: Flood (4)Samoa: Try: Williams, Otto; Pen: Williams Attendance: 70, 553Click here FOR MATCH HIGHLIGHTS

investecWorld Champions South Africa frustrated England's hopes of ending the autumn with a win as they outplayed the hosts, with Victor Matfield starring in an outstanding team performance.Courtney Lawes proved he is going to be a star in the international game, by playing well against Bakkies Botha and Victor Matfield. However, England were hindered when Tom Croft went off injured and his presence was certainly missed in the line out. Scans later revealed the Leicester flanker had broken his shoulder bone. England's only try came late on, when the game had already been lost, with Ben Foden running 70 metres after intercepting. England had led 6-3 but tries from replacement Willem Alberts, on 58 minutes, and winger Lwazi Mvovo, were enough to give South Africa, who had lost to Scotland a week earlier, their win.England 11 South Africa 21Scorers:England: Try: Foden; Pens: Flood (2)South Africa: Tries: Alberts, Mvovo; Con: Steyn; Pens: Steyn (3)Attendance: 80,793To enter the competition simply click here!click toenter HIGHLIGHTSClick here FOR MATCH HIGHLIGHTSWe have a fabulous signed England shirt to give away signed by all 32 squad members.