The All Blacks have named their side to take to Twickenham this Saturday, set to face England for the first time in four years after claiming a 3-0 series victory in New Zealand in 2014.
With prop Joe Moody and flanker Sam Cane sidelined with injury, Karl Tu'inukuafe and Ardie Savea step into the starting lineup.
Fullback Ben Smith shifts to the right wing, with Waikato Chiefs fly-half Damien McKenzie set to impose threat from the backfield, with Beauden Barrett returning to the black ten jersey after being rested during the World Champions' 69-31 victory over Japan in Tokyo.
England head coach Eddie Jones is set to name the England side to host New Zealand at 12:00 pm later today, when the Australian is expected announce the return of Bath openside Sam Underhill to the national side's starting lineup.
Underhill, 22, last started for England 12 months ago during England's 30-6 victory over Australia. The former Ospreys and Gloucester backrower delighted fans with an immense defensive display against Wales during the 2018 Six Nations when he cruelly denied Welsh centre Scott Williams a momentum-changing try in the 61st minute of the Twickenham clash.
The last meeting between the two nations resulted in a narrow 24-21 victory to the New Zealanders in 2014, taking their winning run over the English to five consecutive victories.
England have beaten New Zealand on seven occasions in 40 meetings over the last 113 years, with the latest English victory coming six years ago, a match in which England returnees Tuilagi and Ashton played heavy roles.
England vs New Zealand
Saturday 10th November
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