Pressure is the constant the All Blacks must live with. That
pressure will be especially intense today, as it always is
when they are trying to make amends for a poor performance.
The All Blacks are looking for redemption tonight at Eden
Park and so too is referee Romain Poite.
The All Blacks' test winning streak wasn't the only run which
came to an end last weekend - so did Julian Savea's
try-scoring exploits which date back to October last year.
Israel Folau can't recall a try-scoring drought quite like it
and he certainly hasn't faced a challenge as big as that
which awaits him at Eden Park tomorrow.
Stronger, fitter, rested and mentally fresh, Liam Messam has
come round to accepting that sitting out last week was indeed
the best thing for him.
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