Tracey Nelson is the stats guru for haka.co.nz and will provide statistical analysis of the All Blacks' matches during their end of year tour.
This weekend sees the much anticipated All Black debut of Sonny Bill Williams at Twickenham as the All Blacks look to continue their domination over England.
England have not beaten the All Blacks since 2003, when they won a close game 15-13 in Wellington.
Since then it's been all one way traffic, with the All Blacks winning the last 8 encounters - scoring an average of 34 points a game to England's 12.
Last year's encounter, again at Twickenham, was the closest score since 2003 with the All Blacks scoring just a solitary try to Jimmy Cowan in winning the game 19-6. Defence won the game that day, the All Blacks making 117 tackles and missing just 8.
In the 33 test match history between New Zealand and England spanning 107 years, the All Blacks have won 26 tests and lost just 6, with 1 draw.
If the All Blacks can score three tries this weekend they will reach the milestone of 100 tries against England, while England have a long way to go to even reach a tally of 50 tries against New Zealand.
Currently they have 41 but they haven't scored a try against the All Blacks at Twickenham since 2006.
Should Joe Rokocoko score a try this weekend he will move into 2nd equal place with Jeff Wilson (6) for most All Black tries against England; Jonah Lomu holds 1st place with a tally of 8. Rokocoko scored a hat trick of tries against England in 2004.
This week the IRB released stats on the 2010 Tri-Nations which made some comparisons with the 2010 Six Nations.
It showed that the average number of tries per test in the Tri-Nations was 5.8 compared to the 3.2 in the Six Nations, while more tellingly the number of unchallenged kicks to the opposition were 11 versus 28 respectively.
With the All Blacks being a team who like to play at pace with ball in hand and England a side that likes to play a defence-based game, it would be a brave man who would bet against those hemisphere differences being altered this weekend.
Other key stats: The combination of Sonny Bill Williams (1.91m and 108kg) and Ma'a Nonu (1.82m and 104kg) will see the biggest midfield combination the All Blacks have ever fielded.
England have two uncapped forwards on their bench in lock Dave Attwood and flanker Hendre Fourie, whilst the All Blacks have uncapped hooker Hika Elliot on their bench. Alby Mathewson will make his first start for the All Blacks, while Sam Whitelock will play his 10th test.
Dan Carter has scored 151 points against England.
WHAT: All Blacks vs England
WHEN: 3.30am Sunday
LIVE: Sky Sport 1