LIVE: England v New Zealand: Follow all the action at Twickenham as it happens
15:59 GMT, 1 December 2012
England are looking to bounce back from two devastating defeats at the hands of Australia and South Africa at Twickenham to end the Autumn Test series on a high.
It'll be far from easy though, as the fearsome All Blacks are on the crest of a wave having brushed a depleted Wales team aside last week. Follow Sportsmail's live coverage here.
ENGLAND 25 NEW ZEALAND 14
England: 15 Alex Goode, 14 Chris Ashton, 13 Manu Tuilagi, 12 Brad Barritt, 11 Mike Brown, 10 Owen Farrell, 9 Ben Youngs; 1 Alex Corbisiero, 2 Tom Youngs, 3 Dan Cole, 4 Joe Launchbury, 5 Geoff Parling, 6 Tom Wood, 7 Chris Robshaw (captain), 8 Ben Morgan.
Replacements: 16 David Paice, 17 Dave Wilson, 18 Mako Vunipola, 19 Courtney Lawes, 20 James Haskell, 21 Danny Care, 22 Freddie Burns, 23 Jonathan Joseph.
New Zealand: 15 Israel Dagg, 14 Cory Jane, 13 Conrad Smith, 12 Ma'a Nonu, 11 Julian Savea, 10 Dan Carter, 9 Aaron Smith; 1 Tony Woodcock, 2 Keven Mealamu, 3 Owen Franks, 4 Brodie Retallick, 5 Sam Whitelock, 6 Liam Messam, 7 Richie McCaw (captain), 8 Kieran Read.
Replacements: 16 Dane Coles, 17 Wyatt Crockett, 18 Charlie Faumuina, 19 Luke Romano, 20 Victor Vito, 21 Piri Weepu, 22 Aaron Cruden, 23 Ben Smith.
62min: TRY! ENGLAND 32 New Zealand 14
He's deserved a try. Manu Tuilagi intercepts Kieran Read's slack pass and bursts clear. Mike brown protects him from Sam Whitelock and he jogs over the line before laying the ball down!
Farrell is back in the points too, and coolly converts!
That's already England's highest ever score against an All Blacks side.
58min: TRY! ENGLAND 25 New Zealand 14
WOW! England have the ball in a non-threatening position. Until Tuilagi gets it that is! He makes Dan Carter look like a child as he bulldozes through the No 10 and leaves him for dead.
Tuilagi wait just long enough for Chris Ashton to overlap before releasing the wing.
Ashton is celebrating before he gets to the line. He performs an exaggerated swallow dive and gets the ball down! Unbelievable!
Farrell misses his second kick in a row though.
57min: Just when I though the tide was turning. New Zealand looked rampant but Lancaster's men showed they can play some slick rugby too.
Farrell was involved again but Tuilagi and Barritt looked unstoppable!
54min: TRY! ENGLAND 20 New Zealand 14
Top class from both England's centres. Farrell finds Brad Barritt whodrives forward to pop the ball to Tuilagi.
Manu looks like he'll go alone but he flicks the ball back to Barritt who gets the ball down. What a response!
Farrell hits the crossbar from the conversion and misses. No one's perfect.
52min: TRY! England 15 NEW ZEALAND 14
Jane and Dagg were fantastic for that try. They slice through the England defence before Dagg lays the ball to Conrad Jones who barely touches the ball to lay it into Kieran Read's grasp.
All he has to do is put the ball down. Carter converts again to put them within a point. A devastating five minutes!
50min: New Zealand look up for it now. Cory Jane isn't the biggest, but he's so strong. He sidesteps two England men before holding off another and laying the ball on.
They are throwing the kitchen sink at England now…
48min: TRY! England 15 NEW ZEALAND 7
They've finally got points on the board. Julian Savea shows quick feet at colossal upper body strength to blast his way through and get the ball down.
They convert too to cut the lead even further.
47min: A bit of a scrap after the play stops. Cory Jane breaks brilliantly on the right and is stopped illegally.
New Zealand have a line-out near the try-line after Mike Brown has to be dragged away to prevent a brawl.
45min: Cue a booming chorus of Swing Low, Sweet Chariot! What an atmosphere. This is a test of the All Blacks' resolve now.
43min: PENALTY! ENGLAND 15 New Zealand 0
Owen Farrell is putting them to the sword. England are out of reach of two converted tries as it stands.
I thought the All Blacks would come out flying. Instead, they've gone further behind!
42min: Another penalty for England! Can Farrell notch up another three England went at the All Blacks in the scrum well and won a deserved penalty.
Farrell could put England out of sight…
15.34: KICK-OFF! OWEN FARRELL GETS THE MATCH UNDER WAY AGAIN
15.29: We're surely likely to see an improved New Zealand showing in the second half, but Richie McCaw will be gutted with the dismal display so far.
He'll want to avoid signing off for six months without slumping to defeat.
15.27: Here's a nice little stat too: New Zealand haven't had a scoreless first half since 1998.
15.25: I'm not sure who would have predicted this. I certainly didn't. There was a lot of talk about whether England could sneak a win over Steve Hansen's team, but as it stands, they are comprehensively beating the All Blacks.
40min: PENALTY! ENGLAND 12 New Zealand 0
He makes it! It's some way out, but he hits it straight and true. With that the half-time whistle goes and the mighty New Zealand look like a shell of the team who beat Wales last week.
They've got it all to do in the second half.
40min: It's almost half-time but Farrell has the chance to kick another three. New Zealand gave a penalty away which the 21-year-old will be looking to take.
Perfection: Owen Farrell kicked England into a 12-point lead in the first half
Battle: England drive against the All Blacks
38min: DROP-GOAL! ENGLAND 9 New Zealand 0
Guess who scored the points Owen Farrell finds himself in acres of space after some neat ball play. Rather than going for the try, he makes a great call and kicks for goal.
The ball sails between the posts and England look like they are going in at half-time with a comfortable lead.
36min: Carter rescues New Zealand from a certain try! Manu Tuilagi is released and appears to be clean through. But Carter, who is far slighter than Manu, reaches back to drag him down to earth.
Tony Woodcock tries to burst through
34min: PENALTY! ENGLAND 6 New Zealand 0
Owen Farrell gets his second penalty of the game. The robust defence of England is rewarded as the No 10 kicks them into a six-point lead.
31min: Excellent defence! Lancaster's men are exceptionally well organised. They are so well disciplined and force a knock-on from the All Blacks. I didn't expect this at all!
30min: New Zealand are out of sorts, but England are defending brilliantly. Dan Cole shunts his way through the pack to fairly dispossess the All Blacks. But the ball comes straight back at them… it's all hands on deck now!
27min: MISS! New Zealand should be level! Dan Carter has missed his second attempt too! Ben Morgan gives away a needless penalty and it should be 3-3 but Carter fades it wide of the left post. Awful effort for a man of his standing in the sport. England won't be complaining, of course.
Gotcha: Joe Launchbury takes the ball
26min: PENALTY! ENGLAND 3 New Zealand 0
Yes he can. The No 10 has been quite in play so far, but he held his nerve and kicks over the posts with ease. It was a much harder kick than Carter's too!
25min: England are way on top at the moment! Ben Morgan and Alex Goode show exceptional hand speed to manouvre the ball over to Ashton. England have a penalty at a tight angle! Can Farrell bag this one…
23min: What did I say about rattling Aaron Smith He dwells on the ball for eons and is charged down when he tries to kick.
22min: That was soft by England. They were driving the ball in an advanced position but didn't get the ball out in time. The referee warns them to 'use it now!' but no one gets it out. Penalty to New Zealand.
Up for it Piri Weepu during the Haka
20min: Ben Youngs just roughed up Aaron Smith after play had stopped. Not to advocate foul play, but that may not be a bad idea to get under his skin a little.
Moments later, England have a penalty at the scrum.
18min: England are enjoying more of the ball now. New Zealand are making a few mistakes which is unlike them.
Lancaster will want his team to strike soon because he won't expect the All Blacks to be below par for the entire 80 minutes.
16min: MISS! Dan Carter misses his first penalty attempt of the Test. It's pretty far out but it is under the posts. He'll be disappointed with that. Boos ring around the ground for Carter. Not sure if that's necessary at all.
13min: Brown almost makes a breakaway. New Zealand finally get some ball going but McCaw, of all people, gives a loose pass which the wing latches onto.
He can't quite control it to break away though, and knocks it on. We've got a scrum now.
11min: It's pretty scrappy so far. A few needless penalties from either side.
But this will suit England for now. They'll be happy in the scrum and will look to drive before making the breakaway.
10min: England are forced into some defending now, but they are making New Zealand work.
In the end, the All Blacks uncharacteristically show some impatience and Jane gives away the penalty.
7min: There's some great pressure from England. Again it's Brown who takes the initiative. He charges down Israel Dagg who is forced into an ugly kick – handing England possession. Great start.
6min: Brilliant effort from Mike Brown on the left wing. He pulls away from two All Blacks players near his own try line.
Cory Jane was left in his wake and Farrell is able to clear any danger.
4min: It's a promising start from England though. The crowd are rampant and you can't help feeling these Lancaster's players are going to need that if they are to come out on top.
2min: It's early days but Farrell and Goode have already kicked a couple of duds. Both efforts were no way near hitting the turf and were gobbled up by the New Zealand backs.
KICK-OFF! The match is under way
14.32: England players are now standing with their arms linked staring down the All Blacks players as they perform the Haka.
Manu Tuilagi has a smile on his face as he eyeballs Dan Carter and Co. England's players were backed up by the partisan crowd singing loudly, drowning out the Haka.
14.31: The English national anthem God Save The Queen rings around Twickenham! What an atmosphere. Can Robshaw's men get an upset, or will the All Blacks cruise to another win.
14.29: That's interesting! Chris Robshaw's partner Camilla Kerslake is leading New Zealand's national anthem!
Her father is a New Zealander I suppose…
14.27: England are wearing purple tracksuit tops, but luckily we're clad in traditional white again. Let's hope it's a good omen.
Intimidating: New Zealand perform the Haka
14.25: The atmosphere is building with the stands filling up. The teams are about to come out of the tunnel before the anthems, the Haka, and some top class rugby.
14.23: We're a few moments away from a big, big test for this England team. Barring the expected win against Fiji, the loss to a vulnerable Australia would have hurt Lancaster, Robshaw and Co.
But a win against the mighty All Blacks would change their perspective a little.
14.16: The captains of both sides will be looking to put in a sensational performance this afternoon.
Chris Robshaw had a tough call to make at the end of the Springboks' visit to Twickenham, and wound up making the wrong one.
The fearsome Richie McCaw wants to go off and rest his body and mind for six months. Before that, he'll be looking to leave England's Test series in tatters.
Speaking of McCaw, Ma'a Nonu described his captain as a 'superhero' because of his incredible talent and leadership. He's good, Ma'a, but that may be going a little too far.
14.13: The Test starts in just over 15 minutes. Before that we can look forward to one of the great sights in any sport: the Haka. Coming eyeball to eyeball with that must be daunting for youngsters like Owen Farrell and Ben Youngs.
Let's hope they rise to the challenge!
14.05: So can this young England side pull it off The current crop of All Blacks players have been touted as the best team they have ever produced, but recent results aside, England haven't been too shabby under Stuart Lancaster.
They have the home crowd, the hunger to make their mark, and world class players like Chris Ashton and Manu Tuilagi to rely on.
Former New Zealand international Sean Fitzpatrick told Sportsmail why he thinks the All Blacks will take this one by 15 points. Let's hope he's wrong.
Warm welcome: Ma'a Nonu arrives at Twickenham
Ready Stuart Lancaster leads his team to take on New Zealand
14.00: Not to worry anyone. But Dan Carter has a more than impressive record against England.
The No 10 has played nine and won nine. He's simply a joy to watch and has an incredible understanding of the game.
Far from being a one-man team. All Blacks skipper Richie McCaw is planning a six-month sabbatical after this Test. The most capped New Zealand captain ever will surely be looking to go out with a bang. We have been warned.
Eyes on the prize: This young All Blacks fan awaits the world champions at Twickenham
Come on England: Fans enjoy refreshments before the game
13.55: There really aren't any easy games when you get to Test level rugby, but this is going to be tough for England.
Disappointing performances against Australia and more recently South Africa have come under pretty intense scrutiny. Now is the final chance in the series for Stuart Lancaster's men to prove they can mix it with the big boys.
Who better to fit that bill than the world champions New Zealand