“The players have recovered well since Friday and we’ve been upping the intensity all week in preparation. Having an extra day up our sleeves has given us more time to further refine our game plans and manage a couple of minor injuries.”
Moore said 22-year-old Moors was another of the new, young crop of players determined to make their mark in rugby.
"Natahlia has a fantastic work ethic and it shows. She's had a great Farah Palmer Cup and has really stood out in this environment. Her role is to come off the bench and make a difference, and we're confident she will do that. We're looking forward to seeing her get out there and make her mark."
Saturday’s line-up sees a more traditional five forwards and three backs named for the bench, a shift from the six forwards and two backs named last week.
Moore said after analysis of last week's match and consideration of anticipated drier conditions, changing the make up of the reserves was the correct approach.
A large crowd was expected for the afternoon match on Saturday, an opportunity the team would relish, according to their coach.
"Every time this team pulls on a black jersey they want to put out their best performance, and this Saturday will be no exception. This will be their last Test match for 2018 and we all want to finish on a high. It's going to be high intensity and we will need to retain our composure.
"We expected that kind of physicality from the French because we had two powerful forward packs trying to assert dominance over each other. I thought we fronted that part of it really well.
"We're well aware that France will be wanting to put a stop to us finishing on top and that just spurs us on more.
The team is pumped to put on another great performance," Moore said.