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07.November.2010

All Blacks v England

London

3:30 AM

26-16

Johnson needs to build Woodward like momentum

England are confident after a 21-20 victory over the Wallabies in Sydney, but coach Martin Johnson has not managed to build up the unstoppable impetus generated by former coach Sir Clive Woodward.
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Moody should be fit for All Blacks

Martin Johnson expects England captain Lewis Moody to be fit for the opening Investec International against New Zealand at Twickenham on November 6.
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England targeting at least one big Southern scalp

Facing the All Blacks, Wallabies, Springboks and Samoans on consecutive weekends will ensure that England is thoroughly tested during their autumn international campaign.
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England to play for their lives

Martin Johnson has warned England must be prepared to 'battle for their lives' when record-chasing New Zealand head to Twickenham next weekend.
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Moody ready to play All Blacks

Lewis Moody is ready to lead England into battle against New Zealand next Saturday after coming through Bath's 6-6 draw with Harlequins relatively unscathed.
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McCaw wants reaction to loss

New Zealand skipper Richie McCaw has demanded a positive reaction from his side when they face England on Saturday after their long unbeaten run came to a dramatic end against Australia in Hong Kong yesterday.
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All Blacks ready to stand up to England

New Zealand's forwards coach Steve Hansen vowed on Wednesday the All Blacks would tackle England's 'old-fashioned' aggression head on at Twickenham on Saturday.
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All Blacks desperate for atonement against England

One chapter of rugby milestones closed abruptly on the All Blacks' Telecom Backing Black tour in Hong Kong but extending another list of enviable achievements await a squad chastened by their last-minute Bledisloe Cup loss to the Wallabies.
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Smith expects England to attack

Criticism of the haka is now the norm when the All Blacks approach a rugby international at Twickenham, but assistant coach Wayne Smith has detected one significant point of difference ahead of Sunday's (NZT) Grand Slam opener.
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SBW training at centre

Sonny Bill Williams is on the brink of achieving double international status at Twickenham unless subterfuge was at play or the All Blacks' first hit-out since Hong Kong was simply an innocent extension of his on-the-job training.
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