Perese has been among Australia vs Italy Live best all tournament and it was his brilliance that proved the difference between the two teams in the first 50 minutes, when the game was won.
The star centre's explosive power was only matched by the Australian scrum which, along with the lineout, provided a terrific platform for Harrison Goddard and Hamish Stewart to launch wave after wave of attack.
The halves controlled proceedings with poise for all but the second quarter of the match, where the Italians made the Australians pay for a drop in intensity.
Aside from Perese, Liam Wright was at his pickpocketing best at the breakdown, with Reece Hewat putting in another fine captain's knock on both sides of the ball.Jordan Uelese continued his terrific carries, pumping his legs to put himself over the gain line with every touch Australia vs Italy Live.
The Australians started with a bang but it was due to individual brilliance more than well worked team play, as Perese had a double inside the first 10 minutes after a pair of breathtaking bursts.
The first came from absolutely nothing, a loose pass 30 metres out from the Australian line creating an opportunity for Perese to scoop the ball up, turn on the jet shoes and split the Italians up the middle, as he ran 70 metres to score.
That was followed five minutes later by another sharp turn of foot, this time Perese running a perfect support line for Wright, who slipped a terrific offload to the outside centre.It was 14-0 at the 10 minute mark but that's where the first half was turned on its head.
The Australians had plenty of ball but couldn't find the go forward they had on tap against England, turning to cute kicks and passes that didn't work.
That created opportunities for the Italians, who scored two tries in the final five minutes of the first half to only trail 14-12 at the break.
The first of the Azzurri tries was a well worked overlap in the left hand corner but it was the next five pointer which was cause for concern.
The Italians had clearly done their homework and were rushing the Australian running lines behind the front line but the Aussies seemingly did not catch on - Harry Hockings throwing a lazy intercept which Antonio Rizzi picked off and dished to Giovanni D'Onofrio, who scored under the sticks.The Italians threatened again early in the second term after Perese blew an opportunity to set up Australia's third but Hewat saved the day with a massive counter ruck effort.Australia vs Italy Live Stream That triggered the attack which opened the floodgates for the Australians.
Perese nabbed his third in the minutes after, Wright again dishing the try assist after Hamish Stewart found the flanker over the top of more Italian defenders rushing out of the line.
Goddard then extended the lead with 55 minutes on the clock, burrowing over to get a reward for the understated role he played all afternoon.
That was followed by a try to Sione Tuipulotu, the inside centre rewarded for supporting his own cross field kick to Semisi Tupou after the winger collected the loose ball.
Dal Zilio then crossed for his Italy vs Australia second before Hewat was rewarded for all his hard work, picking the ball up after his pack drove over the top of an Italian feed and diving over in what would be the final scoring act of the match.O’Shea has made three changes to the team that was narrowly beaten by Fiji in Suva last weekend, bringing scrumhalf Tito Tebaldi to the starting side for the first time in three years, with backrower Andries Van Schalkwyk at no. 8 and Marco Lazzaroni in line for a debut off the bench.The Italy mentor said there was a mix of reasons for the changes.
“There’s an element of consistency,” he said.“We talked about the nines at the start and we felt there’s a real competition for those, so we want to give everyone an equal opportunity.“This is Tito’s chance to have a go and it’s getting that balance between consistency of selection but also freshening up the team Italy vs Australia Live “Hopefully Marco Lazzaroni comes off the bench and adds energy, in terms of getting a new cap.”
With injuries to a number of experienced players, including Brisbane-born Luke McLean, Italy has come into the June Series with a young squad, with an average age of 25, a situation not that far removed from the Wallabies’ own.
O’Shea’s side has shown it’s not afraid of the international heavyweights, pushing England in the Six Nations with a controversial, but legal, ruck tactic, and the Irishman said fear wouldn’t be creeping in on Saturday.
“We came so close - we should’ve beaten Fiji on the balance looking back on the game but we know this is a step up in class,” he said.
“We’ve a lot of changes to make, we’re on a huge growth curve in Italian rugby.
“Changes that should’ve been made Italy vs Australia Live Stream years ago, we’re making now with group of young players who are learning a lot, getting better.
We know how tough this is going to be - the Wallabies on a backlash but we’ll get up and I’ve said to our fellas, we’re going to take the game to them.
“There’s no point standing back, if we stand back it’s a disaster.
“Both sides of the ball, we have to take the game to them and play our way, not try and play the Wallabies’ way.”
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika is wary of O’Shea’s innovative tactics and said they would need to be prepared for unorthodox measures at Suncorp.
“They've got a clever coaching team and they've done a lot of little things,” he said.
From that (ruck strategy), to two-man Italy vs Wallabies Live lineouts, they've got some very different switches back down the blindside, so we've got to be aware of all those things but not let that override playing our own game.”Ross Ford claimed two scores against Italy but has to be satisfied with a place on the bench. If he comes on, he will match the Scotland caps record of 109 held by Chris Paterson.
"It is a brilliant achievement," said Townsend. "It shows a great level of consistency in a game that has changed a lot."Not only that but he has been one of our best performers. Two tries last week were pretty good as well.
"This is a great achievement but we also believe he can carry on playing and have a big role up to and including the World Cup.Explaining the changes, he added: "On this tour, we were always keen to make sure that players who were close to selection got an opportunity. A few got it last week, a few who were close to selection get it this week.
"When you put a squad together, "On this tour, I do believe, a lot of positions are very competitive."The changes see the two front-row units swapped in their entirety, the Glasgow trio starting and their Edinburgh counterparts on the bench.Wallabies vs Italy Live you first put a team together that you believe can win. You want to see which players are able to perform at Test level and give them that opportunity - it is up to them after that.
Jonny Gray comes in to partner Ben Toolis in the second row and Hamish Watson has recovered from his groin injury to start at flanker, with John Barclay shifting to the blindside and Ryan Wilson to No 8 to accommodate him.After playing out of position at full-back last week, Duncan Taylor reverts to centre where he partners Alex Dunbar. There is an entirely fresh back three, with Tonks returning at full-back for his first cap since 2015 and Jones on the wing for his first since 2012.
Tonks was a late call-up to the Wallabies vs Italy squad but Townsend said he has no worries about including him, even though he spent last season in the Championship with London Irish.