SEE LEE STENSNESS SPEAKS WITH D'ARCI AND GORAN OUT
Joe Moody's lacerated eielid forced the only choice of surprise for otherwise powerful, full strength All Blacks team. Nothing could be expected for a high-level test against England in Twickenham.
Moody's asked for three layers of seams for the freak training incident and will be denied sixty weeks after bouncing his finger on his fingers during a routine line in London earlier this week.
Injury contributes to the frustrating year in which Moody's, the first Black All-Black All-Black All-In-Out option, missed most of the season, playing six tests, after a catalog of injuries to crusaders and all Blacks.
"Joe Moody has found a way to get unusually hurt this year," said All Blacks coach Steve Hansen. "Anyone else would probably miss his eye.
"A plastic surgeon has recommended for six weeks and while our doctor has described us as your window wash window, so if you have half of a defect, you can not erase the eye, so it will affect your vision in the long run, so you need to make sure That's fine. "
Muddy's accident opens the door to Karl Tinkafeu, who largely made his fifth start of the year, while Ofa Tu 'ungafas provided cover from the bench.
Captain Angus's ability to play on both sides of the ball resulted in his memory of the loser Tim Perry.
Another "inukuafe", described as a diamond, was the season for all the Negroes. There is no doubt that he will enjoy the appearance of horns on the English fronts.
In the second place, all Negroes chose what they consider to be their strongest team. This includes the return of Jack Goodhue, the partner of the Crusaders Center, Sonny Bill Villiams, for the second time in the middle of the pitch after the last time he appeared for All Blacks seven weeks ago.
Blood tests have cleared Goodhue of any glandular glandular fever, a disease that it held two weeks ago in the victory of the Bledgrounds Cup in Yokohama. His return pushes Krusader team Rian Crotti to the bench.
"Jack has trained the house, so you have to trust the medical staff," said Hansen. "They say he's ready and he's ready to go.
"Albi is a bit difficult [Anton Lienert-Brown] because he is doing a job from the bench, but we need to find out if anyone else can do the job. People say this is a big test, but it's the best time to discover.
"At this moment, we are blessed with some very good connections. It does not matter who you are playing, but we've learned what kind of gel combinations really really are and what we can do with the bench."
The third-third – Rieko Ioane, Ben Smith and Damian McKenzie – for which all Blacks were successful against Vallabhi last season have also been held back.
This gives McKenzie another chance to fulfill another option for the game, and all Negroes now favor a full return to take over the decision-making process of Beauden Barrett.
"We think Damjan is very good in the air, Bender is a world class, Rieko is well received, there is more work to haunt them, he is not exactly a world class."
In their current, double competition, Aaron Smith is re-starting at the half of the continuously improving TJ Perenar.
After the long-awaited return of the test against Japan, Captain Hurricane Dane Coles took a step from the bench.
"It's still wrong, but it's good on the road, its throwing is a world class, and on Saturday we'll need a good pitcher for 80 minutes, it's nice to have that experience."
With an English test that falls on the centenary memory of the Day of the premiere, all Negroes will wear poppies on jerseys as a mark of respect for those who fought and lost their lives in the war.
"Whenever we play with a tale of stories about why this is being said, it gives it a little extra emotional blow. When you get this big test of the swords, you do not need too much wind to be ready to go, but it's significant."
All Blacks team:
- Karl Tu 'inukuafe, 2. Codie Tailor, 3. Owen Franks, 4. Sam Vhitelock, 5. Brodie Retallick, 6. Liam Skuire, 7. Ardie Savea, 8. Kieran Read, 9. Aaron Smith, 10. Beauden Barrett, 11. Rieko Ioane, 12. Sonny Bill Villiams, 13. Jack Goodhue, 14. Ben Smith, 15. Damian McKenzie
Reserve: 16. Dane Coles, 17. Ofa Tu-ungafasi, 18. Nepo Laulala, 19. Scott Barrett, 20. Matt Todd, 21. TJ Perenara, 22. Richie Mo's # 23. Rian Crotti