Sport Wales coach Warren Gatland has called for his side to display the same 'never-say-die attitude' that New Zealand displayed last weekend

Warren Gatland will be free to lead the 2017 Lions if asked

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Jonathan Trott is wary of ground shots on the Auckland square

England bite should be too sharp for Kiwi pussycats

On no account should New Zealand be underestimated at home. They treat every ball as crucial, they are dogged and sometimes spectacular with the bat, relentless in the field and willing to improvise with the ball.

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England contest could decide Declan Kidney's Ireland fate, as well as the Grand Slam

With his future tied to Ireland's fate in this Six Nations, coach Declan Kidney has stuck with his strongest hand for the potential Grand Slam decider with England on Sunday.

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England play Ireland in the Six Nations this Sunday

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Wales looking to defend crown

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England coach confirms Quins flanker will retain captaincy for upcoming Six Nations campaign

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Leicester flanker makes comeback from neck injury and could claim place in England squad

Lewis Moody: All Blacks win is giant step forward for new-look side

Who saw that coming? I have been one of the more supportive voices in England's favour over the last few weeks but I never saw them beating New Zealand. The criticism levelled at Stuart Lancaster and his players over the previous two weeks was not a true reflection of their worth. Equally, as incredible as Saturday's performance was, England are not all of a sudden miles ahead of everybody else. Lancaster will be well aware of that and so will the players.

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