Adapting and adjusting to whatever tactics South Africa might bring, both on and off the ball, would be vital for the All Blacks in tonight's final Rugby Championship Test on the Gold Coast.
Captain Ardie Savea says the experience against South Africa last week has been a great learning curve for him and the leadership team, especially about how they navigated the game and how they played versus accumulating points.
He says there will be some changes and they will discuss and think twice about going to the line-out all the time and hopefully, this week, if those opportunities come up they will take them.
He adds the scrum is an area of interest after there were issues last week but the All Blacks are confident they have them sorted.
The Wallabies will meet Argentina at 7.05pm today and the All Blacks face the Springboks at 10.05 tonight.
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