Australia's rugby boss Bill Pulver says Michael Cheika is the man to turn the Wallabies around while loose forward David Pocock believes honesty is needed for the side to turn their performance around in Wellington on Saturday.
The All Blacks side to play the second Bledisloe Cup match in the Investec Rugby Championship at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, on Saturday 27 August has been named, with new All Black Anton Lienert-Brown to make his Test debut.
All Blacks hooker Dane Coles said his ribs had come through his 78 minutes on the field in Sydney very well in the first Investec Rugby Championship Test against Australia on Saturday and he was looking forward to playing again this week.
Injuries may be frustrating but they also provide All Blacks management with another chance to assess newcomers ahead of the second Investec Rugby Championship Test against Australia in Wellington on Saturday.
Despite going into the opening Bledisloe Cup clash with a winning percentage of just 47 per cent at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, the All Blacks laid on a six-try masterclass to secure their biggest Test win in the city.