Former All Blacks lock Ali Williams has urged Steve Hansen's team to forget about processes and go for broke, or else kiss the Bledisloe Cup goodbye.
Williams stated that he had never witnessed Australia dominate the All Blacks, both physically and psychologically, to the extent they did in last week's 47‑26 beating in Perth.
Williams says they have got to relieve the pressure on these players to start playing naturally.
He says at the moment their plays are hindered because of what the management think they should be doing.
Williams stated that a more‑combative Kiwi pack this weekend would reduce the impact of Wallabies halfback Nic White, who controlled the Wallabies' attacking rhythm.
He adds that White is looking exactly like a classic George Gregan.
The All Blacks and the Wallabies face off in the Bledisloe Cup decider at 7.35pm this Saturday at Eden Park in Auckland.