New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen expects the British & Irish Lions to throw the kitchen sink at them in the second Test on Saturday.
After a 30-15 defeat in Auckland the Lions are 1-0 down in the series and know it's win or bust at Westpac Stadium in Wellington next week.
Hansen is bracing himself for a Lions onslaught but is also excited at the prospect of securing a series win at the first possible opportunity.
"They're going to have to chuck everything at us to stay alive and we have got an opportunity to wrap it up so it'll be a massive game. But I think all three Tests are going to be big," Hansen told the All Blacks website before adding he was satisfied with his side's discipline.
"It was one of the things we talked about going into the Test match that we didn't want to give away stupid penalties because they were either going to kick to the corner and try to drive over or anywhere from halfway and beyond they were capable of kicking goals.
"We didn't want to give them momentum through our own stupid mistakes."