England will restore George Ford at fly-half for Saturday's second Test against Australia at AAMI Park.
Eddie Jones will reunite the Grand Slam-winning 10-12 axis of Ford and Owen Farrell as the tourists target the victory that will complete an historic series in the southern hemisphere.
Ford was brought on in the 29th minute of the 39-28 victory in Brisbane with Luther Burrell, who had been exposed in defence on several occasions, making way.
The reshuffle saw Farrell, the starting fly-half, replace Burrell at inside centre and the change in personnel provided the catalyst for England's fightback.
A bold early substitution by Jones was rewarded with arguably Ford's best performance in 24 caps after the 23-year-old's vision set-up tries for wings Marland Yarde and Jack Nowell.
It is hoped the twin playmakers will offer England the direction they need if they are to seize an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.
"Australia will be desperate because they will be disappointed with the first result," Ford said.