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New Zealand needed a Conrad Smith try two minutes from time, when England had winger Marland Yarde in the sinbin, to snatch a nail-biting 20-15 win at Eden Park.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has made minimal changes to his starting line-up despite an error-ridden, below-par performance last week. Fullback Israel Dagg (knee) is out so Ben Smith gets to play in his best position in front of his home crowd. Julian Savea is back from a knee injury and slots in on the left wing allowing Cory Jane to shift to his preferred spot on the right.
England have got their regulars back but coach Stuart Lancaster has made the bold move of picking blockbusting centre Manu Tuilagi on the wing and sticking with Geoff Parling, Ben Morgan and Rob Webber in the pack instead of Courtney Lawes, Billy Vunipola and Dylan Hartley, respectively. First-five Owen Farrell and halfback Danny Care will steer the ship, while Billy Twelvetrees and Luther Burrell reunite in the midfield and Tom Wood takes over from James Haskell at blindside flanker.
Last week’s match may not have been pretty but it went down to the wire and it’s likely this one under the Forsyth Barr roof will be just as tight. Here’s hoping the benign conditions will mean a few more tries. Watching Savea and Tuilagi going at it on the wing should be compelling viewing.
Surely the All Blacks can’t be that bad two weeks in a row? England’s go-slow tactics have caused a bit of a stir but given the intense and physical nature of the battles between these two, both sides probably deserved a bit of a breather.
“Our skill-sets were very poor, probably the poorest they’ve ever been but this week we’ve trained well. The guys themselves are very disappointed in the way they played. We shouldn’t lose sight of the fact we did manage to win the Test. But at the same time they’re very proud people who want to play a quality of game that we can all be proud of. Last week we weren’t proud of our performance,” – All Blacks coach Steve Hansen.
The All Blacks have won 15 Tests in a row now but were pushed to the brink by a second-string England side last week. The Kiwis won’t be as bad this week but England are bolstered by the return of key personnel and will be guns blazing to level the series. It will be tight again and could come down to one or two key moments. All Blacks by six.
England: John Bateman, Joe Burgess, Tom Burgess, Michael Cooper, Leroy Cudjoe , Liam Farrell, Brett Ferres, James Graham, Ryan Hall, Zak Hardaker, Chris Hill, Josh Hodgson, Sean O’Loughlin (c), James Roby, Kallum Watkins, Ben Westwood, Elliott Whitehead, Gareth Widdop, George Williams.
New Zealand: 1 Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, 2 Jason Nightingale, 3 Jordan Kahu, 4 Dean Whare, 5 Shaun Kenny-Dowall, 6 Peta Hiku, 7 Tuimoala Lolohea, 8 Jesse Bromwich, 9 Issac Luke, 10 Sam Moa, 11 Kevin Proctor, 12 Tohu Harris, 13 Adam Blair.
Interchange: Kodi Nikorima, Martin Taupau, Ben Matulino, Sio Siua Takeiaho, Alex Glenn, Lewis Brown.