Chris Hewett

Chris Hewett is Rugby Union Correspondent for The Independent.

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Ten pounder: Kiwi fly-half Aaron Crudden gets ready to stop Kyle Eastmond of England

New Zealand 36 England 13: We started off badly and then got worse, says angry Andy Farrell

England found themselves 29-6 down at the break and despite improving in the second half the game was already out of their reach

Julian Savea scores his second try for New Zealand

New Zealand 36 England 13 match report: Super Julian Savea quick to put England to the sword

New Zealand wing scores two early tries and a late one to condemn tourists to series blackwash

England captain Chris Robshaw during training yesterday ahead of this morning’s final Test

England can end tour on a high if they can stitch 80 minutes together against the All Blacks

The Test series has been in the All Black safe since last weekend’s one-point victory in the South Island’s wintry depths, but the world champions have yet to shake themselves free of a determined challenge to their sense of superiority.

Freddie Burns passes the ball during England training yesterday

England tour of New Zealand: Stuart Lancaster insists red rose changes for final Test are not experimental

Coach rejects notion that - with the series lost - he has shifted his focus to squad-building

Kyle Eastmond breaks with the ball in Auckland on Saturday

New Zealand v England: Stuart Lancaster has Manu Tuilagi at centre of the action

Burrell is named on the bench while Twelvetrees misses out altogether as Eastmond partners Manu Tuilagi once more in the centre

Owen Farrell has failed to recover from a knee-ligament strain picked up in the second Test

England tour of New Zealand: Owen Farrell injury leaves door open for Freddie Burns to return at fly-half

Leicester's new signing will play at No 10 in the final Test against the All Blacks

England XV 38 Crusaders 7: Danny Cipriani stakes claim for No 10 jersey in warm-up win

Stuart Lancaster's men scored six tries as they prepare to face All Blacks

Ben Foden leads the England players on to the pitch during the captain’s run at AMI Stadium

New Zealand v England: Red Rose pitch in with rebuilding of Christchurch after devastation of 2011 earthquake

Tuesday’s game will raise money for those affected by 2011’s devastating earthquake

Ma'a Nonu scores New Zealand's third try in the 28-27 victory over England

New Zealand 28 England 27: All Blacks’ masterful success is a matter of mind over muscle

Lancaster will seek in vain for a magic wand to develop similar experience

Danny Care kicks the ball as Richie McCaw attempts to push past Tom Wood

New Zealand 28 England 27: England need to match belief of All Blacks, says Tom Wood

Wood feels that England made some wrong decisions in key areas that ultimately cost them the game

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