New Zealand coach Steve Hansen has not made any changes to the team that beat France 52 – 11 at Eden Park last weekend.

Hansen said, “It isn’t beneficial to be making wholesale changes, if any at all to the playing 23.”

The Allblacks met a very determined French side last weekend, as they went into half time trailing 11 – 8. If it wasn’t for the yellow card on French lock Paul Grabillagues for a high tackle, the game could’ve been much closer as the Allblacks took full advantage of 14 men French side.

The second Test takes place in Wellington.

TEAM:

15. J. Barrett, 14. B. Smith, 13. A Lienert-Brown, 12. R. Crotty, 11. R. Ioane, 10. B. Barrett, 9. A. Smith, 8. L. Whitelock, 7. S. Cane, 6. L. Squire, 5. S. Barrett, 4. S. Whitelock, 3. O. Franks, 2. C. Taylor, 1. J. Moody

Replacements: N. Harris, K. Tu’inukuafe, O. Tu’ungafasi, V. Fifita, A. Savea, TJ. Perenara, D. McKenzie, N. Laumape