They haven't lost there in more than two decades, but the All Blacks know the comforts of Eden Park will count for little against a Wallabies side that senses history.
Captain Sam Cane is not hiding from the weight of expectation his squad will carry with them into the second Bledisloe test at Eden Park.
Cane says they are well aware there's pressure, but there's always lots of pressure that comes with a test match, so they just focus on what they can control.
What the All Blacks have controlled is winning tests at Eden Park.
Not since 1994 have they tasted defeat in Auckland, while their winning streak against the Wallabies dates back to 1986.
But Cane says that record counts for nothing this afternoon.
The All Blacks face the Wallabies at 3pm this afternoon.
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