Australia boss Michael Cheika may snub Eddie Jones invitation to Englands meeting with referee Jaco Peyper ahead of Saturdays highly-charged Twickenham clash.Wallabies head coach Cheika has suggested he could boycott Fridays meeting with official Peyper - to let England see if they can influence the referee that way.Friends and former Randwick team-mates Cheika and Jones have traded verbal barbs all week, with both coaches accusing their opponents of illegal scrummaging.Cheika has insisted he will not seek to sway referee Peypers officiating, but in the process cannily suggested England may not keep similar counsel.Asked if he would attend Fridays meeting with referee Peyper, Cheika said: I dont know, well wait to see if the referee tells us what time its on. I think they may have but Im not sure as yet what the story is.And then well decide whether were going to go. But I think were probably just better off letting them have their own meeting, and see if they can influence the referee that way through having the meeting.I dont think theres anything I can do to influence the referee, so were better off just maybe staying quiet and letting them have the meeting themselves. I dont know, Ill see how I go tomorrow.England boss Jones lit the blue touch paper on a tie always likely to combust when claiming on Saturday that he had concerns over Australias illegal scrum tactics.Wallabies boss Cheika quickly hit back against his compatriot and former club mate however, insisting England prop Dan Cole has been infringing the law since his career started.Cheika also claimed that former Australia coach Jones had tarnished his legacy in his homeland during Englands 3-0 series victory over the Wallabies down under in June.Jones shrugged off Cheikas comments, but the Australia boss was in no mood to relent on Thursday after naming his squad for Saturdays keenly-anticipated Test clash.Claiming he would not seek to influence the refereeing of the scrummage, Cheika said: No I dont want (Jaco) Peyper to be on top of it; hell see the game how he wants to see it. Im not telling him what to do. Hell interpret it how he wants.My responsibility is to get my blokes scrummaging right, and square, and doing their best to keep the thing up on its feet. So thats where my concentration is, on our guys.Cheika then reiterated his claim that Jones only took aim at Australias scrum to mask what the Wallabies consider deficiencies in Englands own set-piece game.I think hes done that to take the heat off his own scrum: its pretty logical, its the oldest trick in the book, said Cheika, when quizzed on Jones criticism of Australias scrummage.You know what I mean: Oh I dont want them looking at ours so Ill point to someone elses, you know? At the end of the day what goes on on the field is whats going to count. But thats why Id say hes done it. Byron Scott Jersey . Just as Montreal was settling into the first full working week of a new year, the Impact announced the appointment of their new head coach. Tyson Chandler Lakers Jersey . 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Sebastian Vettel has played down talk of a rift with Maurizio Arrivabene, saying he and the Ferrari boss ?have a very straightforward and honest relationship despite the Italians comments about his next contract.Arrivabene caused a stir in Japan this weekend during a long interview with Italian TV, where he said the out-of-form German would have to earn a new contract when his current deal expires at the end of 2017. He also suggested Vettel was trying to get involved with various parts of Ferraris operation, as Michael Schumacher was famed for during his dominant spell at the team, saying: What worked with Michael might not necessarily work with Sebastian .... Sebastian just needs to focus on the car.Asked if he had read the widely-reported comments after qualifying at Suzuka, Vettel replied: I havent but generally I enjoy a very, very straightforward and honest relationship. I think as much as the team wants to perform I want to perform. 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