+Colin Coates I don't think that they will be as easy as last week they have our former skills coach i forget his name he will make a difference i just don't think that a week can turn them around enough to beat us i also don't think the coach has what it takes. They had a month to prepare and last week was the result of that month.
Yes, some rough edges and uncertain moments, but those will disappear. Obvious comfortable interplay amongst personalities that know each other, like Read and Crotty, for example, but it will take time for that to spread to the rest of the team.
Without the flourishes that marked their first Test triumph in Sydney, the All Blacks secured the Bledisloe Cup and five more Investec Rugby Championship points with a pragmatic 29–9 win over Australia in Wellington on Saturday.
The All Blacks side to play the second Bledisloe Cup match in the Investec Rugby Championship at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, on Saturday 27 August has been named, with new All Black Anton Lienert-Brown to make his Test debut.
All Blacks and Hurricanes loose forward <a href="http://www.allblacks.com/Player/AllBlacks/2134">Ardie Savea</a> has inked a new two-year deal with New Zealand Rugby and the Hurricanes, recommitting through until 2018.<div></div>