Twickenham's not a great hunting ground for All Blacks… but we'll win by 15 points
22:30 GMT, 30 November 2012
Twickenham hasn't always been fruitful for the ever-impressive All Blacks, but former New Zealand international and pundit Sean Fitzpatrick tells Sportsmail why his country will put Stuart Lancaster's England side to the sword.
Form so far
Good, but they need to win all four games on tour to be deemed a success back home.
That's the beauty of the All Blacks. We've beaten Scotland, Italy and Wales. Now for England.
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High standards expected
Our mantra is to remember the losses more than the wins. I still recall losing to the 1993 Lions in Wellington. It was my worst game for the All Blacks.
We 'park' our victories pretty quickly.
I'm sure Richie McCaw will remember the pain of losing the 2007 World Cup quarter-final to France more than winning the final last year.
How good is this team
They have improved since winning the World Cup. They play a simple game and what they do, they do very well. They build unbelievable pressure and hardly make a mistake.
They have such strength that a good player becomes a very good player. Everyone does his job. Other than Dan Carter and McCaw, there are not many superstars – they are not showy.
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Playing at Twickenham
It's not a great hunting ground – it's quite a difficult environment to play in and it's usually the last game.
All Blacks to look out for
No 8 Kieran Read, player of the year and the best No 8 in the world. He leads by example.
He's got the raw ability of a No 8 – big, fast and strong – a great work ethic and passion for the jersey.
He improves each week. No 15 Israel Dagg is the new Christan Cullen, a real talent improved from 12 months ago.
One to watch: Sean believes we should look out for Kieran Read (right)
England have to put the All Blacks under pressure for 80 minutes. They have to create space, take their chances and be hugely physical.
Basically, they need the game of their lives.
The All Blacks to win by 10-15 points. But Twickenham is a difficult place to go to and the All Blacks will be wary.
*Sean Fitzpatrick is a rugby commentator for Sky Sports, who will show the men's and women's England-New Zealand games on Saturday as part of Sky's year-round rugby union coverage.