|England / New Zealand|
|Venue: Twickenham Date: November 10th Reflection: 15:00 GMT|
|Coverage: Radio commentary on BBC Radio 5 lives (accumulation from 14:30) and live text comments on the BBC Sport website. Highlights BBC Two at 19:30 GMT.|
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says the England-based flanker Brad Shields believes that "tough" is playing against his homeland on Saturday.
New Zealanders from New Zealand who are under the age of 20 but ended up hoping for a senior cap when he chose to play England that he could get through his parents.
"He is about to go out against haku in the face of a team that he always wanted to play," Hansen said.
"It will cling to his heart, you would not be human, if not."
Shields, who won the New Zealand team in 2011 at the IRB Junior World Championship, said this week "will have some emotions, do not hide from it."
Hansen was "pretty rough" in his fight against his national New Zealand when he was working as a Welsh coach between 2002 and 2004, but Shields supported him to keep his emotions in check.
"I think he will find it tough, but he's a good man and a good rugby player, so he'll do it in his own way," he added.
Shields, who moved to Wasps from Wellington-based hurricanes this summer, in June, she debuted in England against South Africa.
Earlier in the day, Hansen announced his team that Twickenham's meeting with Sonny Bill Williams starts inside the center.
The cross-star star emits an exciting All Blacks backline next to the center of Jack Goodhue and full of Damian McKenzie.
All black players have not played England Twickenham since the 24-21 win 2014.
"There is a huge picture of what is expected on Saturday," said head coach Steve Hansen, who added: "We want to play two players."
With a handful of other changes coming from the edge that took place across South Africa, Center Ben Te & # 39; o is expected to continue the 12-digit shirt.
This will restart your rivalry with Williams after having faced each other in the Australian Rugby League NRL competition before fought in the Lyon series last summer.
"I played against him a couple of times – he's a dangerous person," said BBC Sport.
"He has so many aspects of his play. He's an athlete, and I respect what he's doing in the game.
"I'm looking forward to him, and if I get it, it will be great, but there are many more threats in all areas."
Hansen says the McKenzie team is full of backwards, is the answer to England's expected tactics, and there will be pressure from Beauden Baret's plane.
"On the side, playing a bit differently than we do, with two playmakers makes it much harder for them to turn us off," Hansen added.
"It also takes away the perplexity of this, because you have something else that's a little warm."
New Zealand XV: Damian McKenzie; Ben Smith, Jack Goodhue, Sonny Bill Williams, Rieko Ioane; Beaudens Barrett, Aaron Smith; Karl Tu Innuates, Codie Taylor, Owen Frank, Sam Whitelock, Brodie Retallick, Liam Squire, Ardie Savea, Kieran Read (Captain).
Replies: Dane Coles, Ofa Tuungafasi, Nepo Laulala, Scott Barrett, Matt Todd, TJ Perenara, Richie Mo & # 39; s, Ryan Crotty.