ENGLAND head coach Stuart Lancaster believes victory in tomorrow’s final Test will make their time in New Zealand a success, despite having already lost the three-game series.
Lancaster has made seven changes to the team narrowly beaten in the second Test as they continue to search for a first win in New Zealand since 2003.
He said: “We don’t see this third game as any sort of dead rubber. The series will be judged ultimately by the scoreline. We desperately want that win.”