Superstar five-eighth Dan Carter has warned the Wallabies there'll be no let-up from the relentless All Blacks in tonight's Bledisloe Cup showdown in Tokyo.
The All Blacks have already secured trans-Tasman bragging rights for a seventh successive year with a hat-trick of Tri Nations triumphs over the Wallabies in Australia and New Zealand.
But, in an ominous warning to the Wallabies, Carter declared the All Blacks ready to deliver the Japanese audience an even greater show of excellence than they displayed in last month's 33-6 hammering in Wellington.
He says they want to step up from their Wellington performance with an attacking style of play, even though that's harder now with the way the game's played.
Carter says you can't just go out and play that way off the bat but if the game opens up later on, as it did in Wellington when they ground the Wallabies down first, the All Blacks hope to play some good running rugby later on.