Wales are hoping to end one of sport's longest running hoodoos when they take on the All Blacks in Cardiff this weekend.
Wales have not beaten the All Blacks in 56 years but, while not at full strength, coach Warren Gatland has named a side with enough strike power to suggest they will give Richie McCaw's men a run for their money at the Millennium Stadium.
The All Blacks have injury concerns of their own, namely to star first five-eighths Dan Carter, and have made six changes to the side which beat the Wallabies in Tokyo last week.
After an indifferent year this All Black side will be desperate to keep their record against Wales intact. So with plenty at stake, we look at 10 players who will feature prominently come Saturday.
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