The Wallabies are stressing the need to not give away penalties through poor discipline in Saturday's Tri Nations Test against the All Blacks, after the Australians had three men sin-binned in the Cape Town match against the Springboks.
Wallabies coach Robbie Deans has warned the selectors will look at dropping players for ill-disciplined play, and veteran lock Nathan Sharpe says discipline is something they've addressed as a team.
Sharpe doesn't think the Wallabies not trusting each other enough in defence is the issue, saying their defence has been very good this year and it's over-keenness.
Winger Drew Mitchell says he doesn't think Australia have lost any confidence from being beaten in their first two Tri-Nations matches and that the key thing for the team is self-belief.
Five-eighth Matt Giteau says he expects New Zealand's backs to mix things up, alternating a kick-and-chase game with a desire to spread the ball wide.