“They are an amazing side and we want to test ourselves against them. They have just lost two games but we have been on the other side too where we were under pressure.
“We know what it feels like to be under pressure, it takes one game for you to kick-start, We are not chilling here thinking what everybody is thinking but we are preparing to win the game.
“Guys are feeling good, it has been a great two weeks of preparation. There is a lot that we had to work on after the series against Wales. We are slowly starting to chip away on all the goals that we set for ourselves, things that we spoke about, and we have to make things better.”
To be able to beat the All Blacks, Kolisi said that they must stay focused for the duration of the match.
“That’s what we have been talking about. The coach Mzwandile Stick talks about the 81st and 82nd minutes. It will probably get to that time because they are not going to stop coming at you.