The return of first five Dan Carter to the starting lineup and a debut for Blues hooker James Parsons are among several notable changes to the All Blacks side for this weekend's test against Scotland in Edinburgh.
All up coach Steve Hansen has made 13 changes from the starting lineup which beat England last weekend.
Captain Richie McCaw and Ben Smith are the only two in the starting fifteen that ran on against England.
But McCaw will start at blindside flanker, with Sam Cane at openside and Victor Vito at number eight.
Carter makes his first starting lineup in a year, while Canterbury's Dominic Bird will make his first test start at lock alongside Jeremy Thrush.
TJ Perenara starts at halfback, Ryan Crotty and Malakai Fekitoa combine in the midfield with Colin Slade and Charles Paitau on the wings.
Ben Smith is at fullback.
Props Joe Moody and Charlie Faumuina join Parsons in the front row.
Locks Brodie Retallick and Patrick Tuipulotu who both have shoulder injuries and flanker Jerome Kaino who has a knee injury weren't considered for selection.
The matchday 23 features 11 players from the 23 which played England last week.
On the bench, the forward reserves are hooker Dane Coles, props Ben Franks and Wyatt Crockett, Romano and loose forward Liam Messam, while the back reserves are halfback Augustine Pulu, midfielder Sonny Bill Williams and winger Julian Savea.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen ays "though we have made changes to our team, there is an expectation that those who fill the jersey will deliver quality performances."
The team is (Test caps in brackets):
1. Joe Moody (6)
2. James Parsons (0)
3. Charlie Faumuina (25)
4. Jeremy Thrush (10)
5. Dominic Bird (1)
6. Richie McCaw - captain (135)
7. Sam Cane (21)
8. Victor Vito (25)
9. TJ Perenara (9)
10. Daniel Carter (101)
11. Charles Piutau (12)
12. Ryan Crotty (11)
13. Malakai Fekitoa (7)
14. Colin Slade (15)
15. Ben Smith (36)
16. Dane Coles (25)
17. Wyatt Crockett (34)
18. Ben Franks (40)
19. Luke Romano (16)
20. Liam Messam (38)
21. Augustine Pulu (1)
22. Sonny Bill Williams (21)
23. Julian Savea (31)