The All Blacks may take a little longer to stretch out this morning before full training after a gruelling weights session yesterday afternoon.
The team gathered in the gym after their 78-0 win over Samoa on Friday but fully understand this weekend's opponents at Eden Park will bring a completely different game.
"We have to be better than we've ever been before," Brodie Retallick said at a press conference yesterday.
"It's going to be pretty intense."
Meanwhile, the Lions are in final preparation mode for their midweek match against the Chiefs tonight, although 20 of the 23 players used in their clinical 32-10 win over the Maori All Blacks on Saturday in Rotorua have been rested.
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