EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - NOVEMBER 12: Michael Hooper of Australia runs with the ball during the Scotland v Australia Autumn Test Match at Murrayfield Stadium on November 12, 2016 in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Another great escape against Scotland has kept alive the Wallabies’ hopes of a Grand Slam, following their thrilling 23-22 win at Murrayfield.

Tevita Kuridrani’s 75th minute try saved Australia from a shock defeat after it appeared Scotland would avenge last year’s 35-34 World Cup quarter-final loss.

There was no controversy about the winning score this time, however, as Kuridrani burst through in midfield close to Scotland’s line, took the tackle of fullback Stuart Hogg, turned and planted the ball on the line.

Scotland had led 22-16 at that stage and Australia was down to 14 men after replacement lock Will Skelton got himself sin-binned for a brain explosion moment when he went flying into a ruck without using his arms. But, the win has come at a cost, however, with in-form lock Adam Coleman suffering a medial ligament injury and potentially being ruled out of the remainder of the tour.