Michael Cheika will not seek re-appointment after Australia's loss to England in the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup on Saturday.
Michael Cheika was in a defiant mood following Australia's quarter-final loss against England.
After Australia lost their Rugby World Cup quarter-final to England, an emotional Michael Cheika struggled to contain his disappointment.
England ultimately recorded a comfortable victory over Australia, but Eddie Jones knows his team have a lot more to give.
Eddie Jones may be Australian, but England's coach enjoyed dumping the Wallabies out of the Rugby World Cup as his team dominated in Oita.
Michael Cheika is expected to stand down, but he did not appreciate the topic being raised so soon after the Wallabies' World Cup exit.
Eddie Jones won the battle of the coaches as England reached the Rugby World Cup semi-finals at the expense of Michael Cheika's Australia.
England produced a clinical performance to thump Australia 40-16 and qualify for the semi-finals of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Jason Robinson, who lifted the Webb Ellis Cup in 2003, says England will consider anything less than winning the Rugby World Cup a failure.
Eddie Jones is braced for England's quarter-final meeting with rivals Australia in Oita.