The All Black great Jonah Lomu says New Zealand's season will be judged purely on tomorrow's showdown against France in Marseille.
Lomu's told Reuters TV to forget the Tri-Nations and everything else, the season will be judged on this game.
And to some extent, the All Black captain Richie McCaw agrees the match is a season-defining Test.
He says although you shouldn't judge a season on one game, this one's the last one, the biggest and will be the one they remember over the summer.
McCaw's anticipating a bruising physical battle against the French in New Zealand's 14th and final international of the year, which will be a series decider of sorts against the tri-coloures, after their two-match series in June was tied at one a piece.
The 34-year-old Lomu says it's do or die and he's in no doubt over who he'll be supporting despite moving to France earlier this year, saying he's a through and through All Black supporter.