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02.December.2012

England v All Blacks

London

3:30 AM

38-21

England eye All Blacks model

England may no longer try to dress like New Zealand - but skills coach Mike Catt is determined to get his charges playing like the world champions.
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England praise All Blacks

The All Blacks lead the way in world rugby according to English coach Stuart Lancaster, who said that the World Champions ability to move the ball around was nothing short of beautiful.
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Defeat not an option for England

Tom Wood admits a third consecutive defeat when New Zealand arrive at Twickenham next Saturday would be 'unacceptable' for England.
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England's shopping list for victory

New Zealand have not lost in 20 Test matches, a run which includes their 2011 World Cup triumph on home soil.
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Foster wary of wounded England

New Zealand assistant coach Ian Foster is wary of a wounded England seeking to rescue a dismal autumn by humbling the world champions at Twickenham on Saturday.
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Farrell: England in a 'great place'

Andy Farrell insists England are in 'a great place' as they crank up their preparations to face the All Blacks on the back of two defeats.
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McCaw: Virus 'shouldn't affect' England Test

All Blacks captain Richie McCaw says New Zealand are ready to take on England, despite a virus hitting the squad this week.
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Robshaw gets Richie's approval at openside

Richie McCaw offered support to Chris Robshaw by backing his captaincy and credentials as an openside.
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Emphatic England thrash All Blacks

Five minutes which produced three tries for England sank New Zealand as the home team shook off all their frustrations to achieve a famous 38-21 victory at Twickenham on Sunday.
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Hansen: England should be proud of themselves

England should be proud of themselves was All Blacks coach Steve Hansen's response to his side's 21-38 loss at Twickenham on Sunday morning (NZT).
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