Sonny Bill Williams has put his hand up for forgetting the rules last week in Paris but claims officials have since apologised for sending him to the sin bin.
If their line-up is anything to go by, the All Blacks will show Scotland no mercy.
Several battered bodies, captain Kieran Read the most notable, have forced the All Blacks to delay naming their team in Edinburgh.
France have won the hosting rights to the 2023 World Cup.
Both Otago and the University rugby club can claim yet another All Black.
Three years from now, post the next World Cup, we may look back at this intriguing mid-week match in Lyon as the day the All Blacks revealed their next generation.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen is once again waging a war on big screen replays following his team's narrow win over a French selection.
It may not have been a test match - but it was as close as it gets, as a second string All Blacks team beat a French XV side 28-23 in Lyon.
England coach Eddie Jones has apologised for swearing on TV after the team's stuttering win over Argentina - having received a telling-off from his 93-year-old mum.
World Rugby has announced its shortlist for the men's and women's player of the year awards, with New Zealand featuring prominently in both.
Good interest has been declared in the head coaching job for Otago while there are also plenty of candidates wanting to discover the next big thing.
Luke Whitelock's up-and-down year continues.
Highlander Luke Whitelock, only drafted into the New Zealand squad as an injury replacement last week, will skipper the All Blacks against a France XV at the Parc Olympique in Lyon.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen is backing Sonny Bill Williams despite his yellow card-penalty try offence against France.
All Blacks hooker Dane Coles will return home after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament - an injury that will see him off the field for up to six months.
Even with all his coaching experience, the costly Sonny Bill Williams yellow card taught Steve Hansen something new in Paris.
The All Blacks' stuttering 2017 season has continued, the world champions eventually seeing off France 38-18 in a classic test of two halves in Paris.
Ireland have notched their biggest ever victory over South Africa in a 38-3 hammering at Dublin's Aviva Stadium.
Australia have continued their dominance of Wales with a 29-21 victory at the Millennium Stadium.
Scotland made a quick start with an early try but had to hang on for a 44-38 victory over Samoa in a try-filled test at Murrayfield.