England v New Zealand, Twickenham, November 21
England aim to end All Black dominance
November 17, 2009
New Zealand's Jimmy Cowan is tackled by England's Steve Borthwick during the match between England and New Zealand at Twickenham in London, England on November 29, 2008.
Steve Borthwick challenges Jimmy Cowan during last year's fixture at Twickenham. New Zealand won 32-6. © Getty Images

Martin Johnson's England will be looking to stop the rot when they host New Zealand at Twickenham on Saturday, having lost seven straight games against the visitors.

The sides last met at Twickenham last autumn, when the visitors ran out 32-6 winners, thanks to two second-half tries from full-back Mils Muliaina and one from Ma'a Nonu.

Although the All Blacks scored three tries to no reply, it was England's lack of discipline that cost them, with four players being sent to the sin bin; Dan Carter kicking five penalties.

England's last victory against the All Blacks was in June 2003, when Jonny Wilkinson kicked all the points for a 15-13 victory for an impressive England team captained by Johnson.

England v New Zealand - Match Stats

Played 32; England won 6; New Zealand won 25; Drawn one

First Test: England 0-15 New Zealand, Crystal Palace, December 2, 1905

Latest Test: England 6-32 New Zealand, Twickenham, November 29, 2008

England's largest winning margin: 13 points- England 13-0 New Zealand, Twickenham, January 4, 1936

New Zealand's largest winning margin: 42 points - New Zealand 64-22 England, Dunedin, June 20, 1998

New Zealand winning sequence: Seven Tests, June 12, 2004 to present

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