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Kick-off local time : Sat, 16 November 2013 - 14h30
Kick-off : Sat, 16 November 2013 - 16h30
Venue : Twickenham
Referee : Craig Joubert (South Africa)
Match status : Result
  England New Zealand
Tries Joe Launchbury (25min) Kieran Read (17min)
Penalty tries
Yellow cards Kieran Read (33min)
Red cards
Minute Commentary


England show more endeavour to try to close the gap but Billy Twelvetrees knocks on just behind the half way line to put a stop to their charge and the game. It's FULL TIME at Twickenham. England can be proud of their efforts which saw them bossing the game for a period and leading with just 20 minutes to go. New Zealand were too good, however, and after their lighting start, they showed their class in the final quarter of the match to pull away and keep their unbeaten record in 2013 intact. Stay with us for more LIVE action as Ireland host Australia next.


The All Blacks are looking threatening again and are doing a good job of pinning England inside their own half as the clock winds down


England are showing great adventure with ball in hand as they try to break out from their own half but they can't breach the All Blacks sturdy defence and the visitors hold them up and win a scrum


New Zealand have great possession in England's half as they look to kill off the game but the home team's defence hold firm as they force a Ben Smith knock on


PENALTY - Aaron Cruden extends the lead to eight


Sam Whitelock steals an England lineout now as the World Champions are continue to reassert their dominance. Now the All Blacks win a penalty at the breakdown as England are under increasing pressure


Ben Youngs is charged down now as the All Blacks exert more pressure onto their hosts. Vital moments in the match now as the final 10 minutes approach


CONVERSION - Aaron Cruden adds the extra two points


TRY - And they do strike back! The All Blacks work the ball from side to side at pace before Ma'a Nonu unleashes a superb offload in the tackle to free Julian Savea, and the winger scores his second try of the game


Ben Morgan rips the ball from Liam Messam in the tackle deep inside England territory to relief some pressure as the All Blacks look to strike back


PENALTY - Owen Farrell puts England into the lead


More good work from England as they batter away at the All Blacks inside their 22. Eventually Richie McCaw can't help himself and puts his hands into the ruck to give away a penalty. Owen Farrell will kick at goal


Now New Zealand look dangerous but England's defence is up to it and force the All Blacks to hold on


All the momentum is with the hosts now and they look menacing putting together phase after phase. Into the All Blacks 22 now before Courtney Lawes goes off his feet at a ruck and the All Blacks can breathe again


PENALTY - Owen Farrell makes use of the chance to cut the lead to one


New Zealand break out from their own half and look dangerous before Chris Ashton intercepts and grubbers though but Wyatt Crockett gets in his way and knocks him over. Penalty to England


Aaron Cruden hits the post and Billy Twelvetrees carries it up strongly before England clear


Ma'a Nonu is charged down by Dylan Hartley, but it falls for New Zealand who then surge up the field and earn a penalty about 20m out on the sidelines. Aaron Cruden will have a kick at goal


Again England keep the ball for a long period in the All Blacks half, as they keep building momentum. Nothing comes of it after 12 phases though as Chris Ashton puts in a grubber kick but only manages to give it back to the visitors


Kieran Read is back from the sin bin


England start the second period with determination but they knock on just inside the All Blacks 22. Wyatt Crockett has replaced Tony Woodcock who has a hamstring injury


Owen Farrell gets us underway for the second half!


England have been enjoying lots of the ball and are now starting to use the width of the field nicely as they build the phases. It comes to nothing however, as Dylan Hartley is penalised for sealing off and New Zealand kick it out for HALF TIME! The All Blacks started the game with huge pace and intensity as they raced to an early 17-3 lead, but the hosts have got a grip on the match now and are right in the game at the break. Join us in 10 minutes for the second half!


PENALTY - Owen Farrell cuts the lead to 4 points


The penalties continue to flow for England, this time the All Blacks are penalised at scrumtime. Owen Farrell will have a shot from straight in front, 35m out


PENALTY - Owen Farrell has no trouble with the penalty from handy to the posts


YELLOW CARD - As England look dangerous in the All Blacks 22, Kieran Read enters the ruck from the side to slow the ball down and referee Craig Joubert says it's cynical and produces the yellow card


PENALTY - it's a great kick from Cruden and the All Blacks extend their lead to 10


Billy Twelvetrees is penalised for being in front of the kicker and Aaron Cruden will have a shot at goal from about 40m out


What a shame! Dan Carter is injured and has to be replaced by Aaron Cruden. Carter makes his way off after being unable to move freely in recent minutes


CONVERSION - Owen Farrell is successful with the conversion


TRY - It's all very messy from that scrum as first there is an accidental kick ahead from Tom Wood, then Kieran Read knocks on the ball on before it dribbles to Joe Launchbury who dots it down


No try - the maul goes to ground before the line, and there is another surge but there is no clear evidence of the ball grounded over the line. Another scrum


England maul it up and it collapses over the tryline. We're going to the TMO to check if the ball was grounded


The penalties continue as England keep pressing on the All Blacks line. Another lineout


England win a penalty at the kick off for obstruction from Tony Woodcock - they kick for the corner. New Zealand infringe at the maul and it's another penalty


CONVERSION - Daniel Carter adds the tricky sideline conversion


TRY - Ben Franks must a clean linebreak in midfield, the ball is recycled and spread down the line to Israel Dagg who puts Kieran Read away in the corner. Great try


Dan Carter is causing all sorts of trouble for England's defensive with his kicking game. A little chip for Ben Smith splits the hosts open but a knock on comes to stop the charge


England put together 8 phases but are thwarted in the All Blacks 22 as Charles Piutau is the 'arriving player' and forces a penalty for holding on.


PENALTY - no problem for Dan Carter and the Test centurion adds 3 points


The All Blacks put Lee Dickson under huge pressure at England's scrum and force a turnover. The home side stray offiside and Dan Carter will have a shot at goal from in front


A beautiful Dan Carter cross kick finds Charles Piatua as the visitors build phase after phase. England's defence is getting a workout. Finally they manage to hold up the All Blacks and win a scrum in their own 22


PENALTY - Owen Farrell completes the penalty from in front of the poles


After a strong run from Billy Twelvetrees, the All Blacks infringe at the ruck. Penalty to England


England look to build some momentum but concede a breakdown penalty to give the visitors some respite


CONVERSION - Dan Carter adds the extras


TRY - New Zealand build phases until Kieran Read turns a brilliant inside pass in to Julian Savea who goes over to score a simple try


England kick away early possession and the All Blacks run it back before the hosts concede a line out 5 out from their own line


After a highly passionate haka led by Liam Messam, it's now time to get underway. Dan Carter will kick off!


The nationals anthems are a thing of the past and now it's time for the All Blacks' haka and kick-off!


Dan Carter leads the All Blacks out, followed by Dylan Hartley and England, and we are ready for the national anthems


Both teams are making their final preparations before heading out onto the field


It's a big day for All Blacks flyhalf Dan Carter who will play in his 100th Test Match


Dan Cole in for David Wilson is England's only change from their 31-12 victory over Argentina one week ago, while Dylan Hartley will win his 50th cap for England


The All Blacks will be looking to gain revenge for the 2012 loss and have made one change from last week's 26-19 win over France with Julian Savea replacing Cory Jane


The overall head-to-head is less promising for today's hosts. In 35 meetings New Zealand have been victorious on 27 occasions, with England winning 7 times and one draw


England are the only side to have beaten the All Blacks since they won the 2011 Rugby World Cup on home soil - when the 2003 World Champions won 38-21 at this venue last year.


It's a lovely sunny day in London today - great conditions for running rugby.


Welcome to Twickenham, in London, for this massive clash between England and New Zealand!
15 Mathew Tait
14 Christian Wade
13 Elliot Daly
12 Henry Slade
11 Marland Yarde
10 Danny Cipriani
9 Lee Dickson
8 Josh Beaumont
7 Jack Clifford
6 Mark Wilson
5 Joe Launchbury
4 Ed Slater
3 Kieran Brookes
2 Luke Cowan-Dixie
1 Matt Mullan

23 Alex Lewington
22 Shane Geragthy
21 Will Chudley
20 Jonathan Fisher
19 James Gaskell
18 Gareth Denman
17 Alex Waller
16 Tommy Taylor
New Zealand
15 Israel Dagg
14 Ben Smith
13 Conrad Smith
12 Ma'a Nonu
11 Charles Piutau
10 Lima Sopoaga
9 Aaron Smith
8 Kieran Read
7 Richie McCaw
6 Liam Messam
5 James Broadhurst
4 Brodie Retallick
3 Owen Franks
2 Dane Coles
1 Tony Woodcock

23 Malakai Fekitoa
22 Beauden Barrett
21 TJ Perenara
20 Victor Vito
19 Sam Whitelock
18 Ben Franks
17 Wyatt Crockett
16 Codie Taylor