Cardiff's Millennium Stadium and the River Taff at dawn on match day.
James Leong sums up the pre-match mood outside the Millennium.
Michael Hooper, enjoying the warm up before taking on Fiji.
Israel Folau, from on high.
Rob Simmons might be keeping this one.
Will Genia cops an elbow from Fiji's Manasa Saulo.
Adam Ashley-Cooper managed to contain Nemani Nadolo reasonably well, with a little help from his friends.
Tempers fray after a dominant Fijian scrum.
The Mexican wave has made an appearance at both of Australia's pool matches.
Fijian No.8 Netani Talei can't stop man-of-the-match David Pocock scoring his second try.
Fiji's Leone Nakarawa celebrates his team's second half try.
Nemani Nadolo and Sekope Kepu share a moment post match in Cardiff (I think that's Adam Ashley-Cooper's jersey he's managed to squeeze into).
Will Genia - recovering.
Bernard Foley surveys the impressive University of Bath facilities.
I hope Team Bath have reinforced their pool poles.
Matt Giteau manages a short burst of butterfly at Thursday's recovery.
Israel Folau arrives at the University of Bath gym.
Phipps pumping iron in Bath.
Drew Mitchell at the Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel prior to his Test return against Uruguay. His two five pionters in Birmingham made him Australia's most prolific World Cup try scorer.
James Slipper, all smiles, despite missing the Uruguay pool match.
Skipper Dean Mumm enjoying a moment with the lads at the end of the captain's run.
Cheika demonstrates the 'toe poke' kicking style - which seems to have dropped out of favour in recent times.
Australia's No.7s have plenty of skill, and hair.
Rob Horne outpaces David Pocock to score during the captain's run.
Pocock and Folau, enjoying the West Country weather on our final day in Bath.
Tevita Kuridrani and Joe Tomane, who both have a refreshing attitude toward training.
Matt Toomua and Toby Smith at the captain's run.
Will Skelton and Sean McMahon grasp at Israel Folau.
Australia's Argentinian scrum guru Mario Ledesma at a press conference in Bath.
Will Skelton displays the general mood at team photo time.
Tatafu Polota-Nau and Joe Tomane in good humour.
Scott Sio grooms Kane Douglas.
Western Force and Redlands Rugby Club members Rex Julian and Richard Vaughan pre match at Villa Park in Birmingham.
Fans gather outside the ground before for the noon kick off.
Aussie fan Joe De Souza takes his place in the ground before kick off on a perfect day for rugby.
Australia's stand-in skipper and new dad Dean Mumm leads his team out.
Great to see the anthem sung with gusto.
Sean McMahon was immense once again - Cheika has an embarrassment of riches in the back row.
As high as you can get in Villa Park.
Quade sees yellow - harsh punishment for a tackle that slipped a little high.
Joe Tomane and Gaston Mieres chasing shadows.
Nick Phipps dislodges the ball from Gaston Mieres' grasp.
Dean Mumm doing the YMCA.
Kurtley Beale congratulates try scorer Drew Mitchell as a Uruguayan with impressive quadriceps gets emotional.
This wider image of Quade taking a conversion shows the openness of Villa Park.
Melbourne Rebel Toby Smith on the rampage.
Felipe Berchesi watches Henry Speight touch down in the corner.
Quade looks for options - of which Sekope Kepu is the most substantial
Scott Sio has Gaston Mieres covered.
Rob Simmons acknowledge fans after the final whistle - have loved this from the Aussies - a simple gesture which means so much.
Selfie time for Cheika post Uruguay.
Ben McCalman and Kurtley Beale acknowledge fans after the final whistle.
Australia's Joe Tomane enjoying dressing room solitude behind his hair.
Team mascot, Wally the Wallaby, in the rooms after the match.