The All Golds rugby league side take on New Zealand Maori in New Plymouth this afternoon, in a warm-up for most of both teams ahead of big games at the World Cup.
The All Golds are the Kiwis minus some UK-based players and feature the veterans Ruben Wiki, Logan Swann and Stacey Jones, who's coming out of retirement for the game.
The Kiwis take on the Kangaroos in a fortnight in league's World Cup opener in Sydney, while the Maori play the Australian Indigenous side in the curtain-raiser.
The Kiwis also play Tonga in Auckland next Saturday.
It's the final New Zealand appearance for Wiki and Swann - and probably Jones too - and Wairangi Koopu's swansong with the Maori, but Frank Endacott, who's the technical advisor for the All Golds, says it's not going to be a game of festival match and that'll be clear from the first set of tackles.
The game kicks off just after 5 o'clock.