Stuart Lancaster welcomes England dilemma

Stuart Lancaster says that he is happy to face a tough decision about his team selection for England.

Stuart Lancaster has insisted that he is pleased about having a selection headache ahead of England's international Test with Australia at the weekend.

The Red Rose host the Wallabies at Twickenham on Saturday with the boss facing a tough decision on team selection, particularly at scrum-half where in-form trio Ben Youngs, Lee Dickson and Ben Foden are all vying for a starting spot after Danny Care was released back to Harlequins.

"It's never easy deciding who to select and that's what you want, players pushing hard for places across the board," said Lancaster.

"We have had two good days of training here at Pennyhill Park and, added to last week in Leeds, we are in good form and looking forward to the game."

England face Australia, Argentina and New Zealand over the next three weeks.

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England's coach Stuart Lancaster during the match against South Africa on November 24, 2012
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