On Saturday, England will face the All Blacks in what will be a difficult test of them after just scraping past South Africa last Saturday. The Kiwis normally breeze past teams that they face, if you score two tries, they will more than certainly score four.
England secured a 12-11 victory during a game which was largely dominated by South Africa. Owen Farrell got away with what seemed like a huge shoulder barge in the 80thminute that went to the big screen.
It set up a tense ending to the game but much to the fans relief the ref said it wasn’t bad enough to be a penalty. This led straight to the final whistle and the players expressed much emotion in their celebrations which showed how happy they were to win.
The modern game is still improving, and the fast-paced New Zealand team are the identity behind the truth of that. All of their players are basically backs, which provides a threat at all times throughout the 80 minute game. After the referee not punishing Owen Farrell and the team last weekend, New Zealand definitely have that ability to punish them which could be hell for England.
A bok standard score line last week will almost certainly be the opposite on Saturday.