It is the first meeting since that fateful 2019 World Cup semi-final in Yokohama, when a superb display from Eddie Jones’ side saw them triumph 19-7 and reach the tournament showpiece , where they were beaten by next weekend’s opponents South Africa.
The All Blacks haven’t been to Twickenham since autumn 2018, when they fought back in the English rain to erase a 15-point deficit in a bruising triumph in south-west London.
Now New Zealand are trying to end 12 months upside down with a northern hemisphere sweep after holding off Scotland at Murrayfield to follow wins over Japan and Wales, make statement ahead of Cup next year’s World Cup in France and follow in the footsteps of the mighty Black Ferns, who edged out the Red Roses in a memorable Women’s World Cup final last week.
England will also be hoping to end an inconsistent 2022 on a high, albeit with another Test against the Springboks to come, having bounced back from their shock home loss to Argentina with a seven-Try win over Japan last time.
How to watch England v New Zealand
TV channel and live broadcast: Amazon Prime Video will broadcast Saturday’s test live in the UK, kicking off at 5.30pm GMT.
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Live: Standard Sport will follow all the action live with our dedicated match blog, with expert analysis from rugby correspondent Nick Purewal at Twickenham.