Having seen off Australia and Argentina can England make it a hat-trick of victories in the Autumn International tests on Saturday? Well, next up it's the world champions...
New Zealand are unbeaten this year and arrive at Twickenham on Saturday with some pundits hailing the current side as one of the best All Black teams in recent history.
Former England international and Sky Sports analyst Stuart Barnes believes England will have to step up significantly from those victories live Australia and Argentina.
"England were very strong, very quick and very slick in the first half (against Argentina). In the second half they were almost anaemic.
"They took their eye off the game, they got too lateral, they don't have a back five ready to take on the All Blacks.
"The final try was a reminder of what England do have - big, powerful ball carriers who can beat any team in the world around the fringes.
"If they can put the first 40 minutes of rugby together for 80 they could give New Zealand a go; if they play anything like as loose as they did in the second-half, it will be embarrassing."
Sir Clive Woodward was the man who coached England to World Cup success in 2003 and he echoed Barnes's sentiments. However, Woodward does believe England have the tools to push New Zealand all the way.
"England lost all their momentum in the second half, the pace of their game went; it looked like they had one eye on next week.
"England did say they wanted to win both of these games before the All Blacks and they have done that, so that is progress. They have to pick up for next week and perform for 80 minutes - if they only perform for 40 minutes like they have done today and like how they did against Australia then they are going to get beaten.
"If they take all the good from the last two games and put it together then next Saturday we could be in for another great game like we had a year ago."
England are currently around 5/1 to win on Saturday. Then again there was hardly a queue of people lining up to back the home team when these nations met last year. The score? England 38 New Zealand 21.
England do have powerful ball carriers who can beat any team in the world around the fringes.