The All Blacks have cranked up the pressure on under-fire England by confirming that their strongest side will line-up at Twickenham this weekend.
A second-string All Blacks side just got past Italy in Milan last weekend and assistant coach Steve Hansen says they're likely to return to their tried and true for the England clash.
The Italy match brought out some of the worst aspects of the current game with kicking dominating, too many scrums and just 1 try.
Hansen says the game deserves better.....
From the starting 15 in Milan, prop Neemia Tialata, lock Tom Donnelly, winger Sitiveni Sivivatu and fullback Cory Jane could be the only survivors when the team to play England is named tomorrow night.