David Pocock training away from the main group as he continued his recovery from a calf injury.
Dean Mumm wins possession in an Autumnal line out.
Quade Cooper brings down Joe Tomane during a defensive drill.
Kane Douglas pretending to be angry.
Sean McMahon leads an attacking drill ...
... and then challenges Australia's Argentinian assistant coach Mario Ledesma to a wrestle.
David Pocock back on the training track at the Captain's Run.
Will Genia prefers to let his actions do the talking.
The match-day squad to take on Argentina.
Bernard Foley - channeling some Croc Dundee.
James Slipper becomes the most capped prop in Wallabies history on Sunday.
Stephen Larkham on the pitch at Twickenham, the scene of his extra-time drop goal to defeat South Africa in the 1999 Rugby World Cup semi final.
Wallaby legend Nathan Sharpe poses with the team after presenting the jerseys for the semi final.
The skipper holds court, as he does at the end of most sessions.
After 112 team photographs and with a fresh cut under his eye, Adam Ashley-Cooper wants this over as quickly as possible.
Tevita Kuridrani trains to an AC/DC soundtrack, which is played at the start of every session.
After 50 caps, Michael Hooper has learned not to waste words at press conferences.
... and doesn't usually run away from his friends.
Three wise men.
In interesting study in body language; Drew Mitchell, Michael Lynagh and Stephen Moore.
Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak drops in at training.
Medicine ball madness.
Sekope Kepu proves his ability to hurl a medicine ball further than anyone else.
Walking the walk; Michael Cheika packs down across from Scott Fardy.
Mario Ledesma takes on his mother country in a World Cup semi final on Sunday.
Scotland head coach Vern Cotter chats to Australian counterpart Michael Cheika during the warm up to Sunday's quarter final. Neither were laughing after the match.
Adam Ashley-Cooper scores the first try of the quarter final.
... and celebrates with good mate Matt Giteau.
Tommy Seymour and Richie Gray pursue Tevita Kuridrani, who had his best match of the tournament to date.
James Slipper on a pensive Wallaby bench in the first half.
Tommy Seymour and David Denton move in on Michael Hooper.
Injured Australian full back Israel Folau's serious expression is offset by a Scotsman in a ridiculous tartan hat.
Richie Gray and David Denton tackle Matt Giteau.
Team doctor Mike Cadogan helps star prop Scott Sio from the field after he injured his elbow in a scrum.
The rain's arrival seemed to inspire Scotland to almost snatch the win.
Mark Bennett streaks away after catching James Slipper's intercept pass.
The pro-northern hemisphere crowd shows its delight as the try gives Scotland a late lead.
Scott Fardy rallies the troops, after picking up yet another battle wound.
Bernard Foley, moments before kicking Australia to the win.
Michael Cheika can't watch as Foley lines up a penalty to effectively win the match. Neither can kicking coach Chris Malone (front right).
... and as he nails it, but experienced campaigners wait for the touchie's flag.
No time for celebration in the coaching box.
But, soon after, elation.
... and deflation
Bernard Foley celebrates with fans after he kicked the winning penalty.
Australian players celebrate with friends and family.
Israel Folau and David Campese share a moment at full time.
Matt Giteau gets a kiss from his son.
Gits was understandably delighted at full time - his World Cup dream still alive.
The 100 Test cap duo, Stephen Moore and Matt Giteau.
Drew Mitchell and Adam Ashley-Cooper have their own way of congratulating Matt Giteau on his milestone.
Kurtley Beale and Kane Douglas at recovery after the Scotland win.
Quade Cooper moves to catch an errant football before the quarter final team photograph
Matt Giteau and Stephen Moore with former Wallaby and fellow Test centurion George Smith, who presented the jerseys to the players before the quarter final.
An image which typifies the attitude of this group of players - the simple act of helping out by taking their own chairs back after a team photograph.
Media interest is not waning.
Matt Giteau wants you to set your alarm, get up, and watch him play his last World Cup semi final.