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22.November.2009

All Blacks v England

London

3:30 AM

19-6

England faces 'big trouble'

Martin Johnson warned England will be in 'big trouble' if it fails to improve before New Zealand arrives at Twickenham for its final autumn match next Saturday.
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Full-strength ABs say "open the game up"

The All Blacks agree test rugby desperately needs an open, flowing match when then meet England on Sunday (NZT) after a series of kick-dominated snoozefests.
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All Blacks wary of stung England

New Zealand No.8 Kieran Read claims the All Blacks are wary of an England side stung by the fierce criticism that has greeted its feeble performances this autumn.
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Johnson stands by his coaches

Martin Johnson has defended England's coaching team in the face of fierce criticism by declaring they remain the right men to lead the side.
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New England No.12 lines up Nonu

Ayoola Erinle insists he is ready to lead England in a full-frontal physical assault on the All Blacks after being selected to make his full Test debut at Twickenham on Saturday.
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Hillary Shield Preview: England v New Zealand

All the pressure is on the home team as England battles for respectability during its Autumn Test programme when hosting the All Blacks in the Hillary Shield match in London.
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Carter: Watch out for Wilkinson

Dan Carter believes a rejuvenated Jonny Wilkinson will provide England's greatest threat at Twickenham on Saturday.
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Monye's 'stinker' in the past

Ugo Monye is ready for anything the All Blacks throw at him after a particularly apt church service last Sunday put his 'absolute stinker' of a performance against Argentina into clear perspective.
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Nonu ready for England's best

Ma'a Nonu fears embattled England is ready to 'explode' as it attempts to salvage some pride from an autumn beset by problems.
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Results ahead of thrills for McCaw

Richie McCaw leads New Zealand into Sunday's [NZT] clash with England at Twickenham insisting the All Blacks will always prioritise results over entertainment.
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