Hansen relishing Twickenham clash with 'good bloke' Jones

Eddie Jones can't wait to face the All Blacks

GETTY IMAGESEddie Jones can't wait to face the All Blacks

Beyond that we don't know how long, but it's not within the next three Test...

The All Blacks are the favourites for Saturday's encounter but Hansen described his respect for England and for their coach.

"We've moved on a lot so apart from personal achievement I think it's hard for the group to take anything from it". "I know that with his attitude he'll come back in even better shape".

It's the first time England and the All Blacks have met since 2014.

"The only people that don't understand what it's like to be a head coach of an global team are the people who've never been one".

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New Zealand coach Steve Hansen will set aside his friendship with his England counterpart when their teams meet at Twickenham on Saturday, expecting Eddie Jones to have done his homework on the world champions.

"The bottom line is, we talk and our wives talk".

England flanker Tom Curry has been ruled out of the remaining Quilter Internationals after suffering an ankle injury in the win over South Africa.

We are in a good position but we are going to have to have a good preparation week and I think the last couple of weeks will allow us to play some good footie this weekend. And he's still doing the same job.

Hansen admitted Jones' vast experience will filter into preparing an England side on Saturday that will certainly have New Zealand on guard, despite the hosts' vast injury issues. "They obviously have a very good league and maybe our stuff is not shown on telly there".

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"To win a Test match against a good opponent you've got to do your homework and things have to fall your way a little bit".

"We've got a lot of options there", added the former England captain.

Playing the Wallabies, Springboks and Pumas so often in the Rugby Championship, and enjoying sustained success against these teams, can create mental challenges when attempting to inspire the same motivation.

England lost 24-21 that day, but under Jones they have beaten every other Tier 1 nation in the world at some point since 2016 - though their form has been rather more inconsistent of late.

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