Cory Jane hits out at New Zealand back three

The New Zealand All Blacks celebrate winning the Rugby Championship after their victory during the Rugby Championship match between South Africa Springboks and the New Zealand All Blacks at Ellis Park on October 5, 2013
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Cory Jane tells the fellow members of New Zealand's back three that they must do better ahead of their clash with England.

Wing Cory Jane is certain that the New Zealand back three must do better on the counter-attack when they face England in their Twickenham showdown on Saturday.

The All Blacks are keen on revenge after losing to the Red Rose in December 2012, and go into the the clash off the back of a 26-19 win over France in Paris at the weekend.

However, Jane, who was playing just his third match of the year due to injury, feels that his side's response to the French kicks was not up to scratch.

"We just need to work harder as a back three and talk a bit more because that was disappointing," Jane told the press. "We seemed to be individuals back there and if we did kick, our kicks weren't pinpoint."

England host New Zealand in their final autumn international on Saturday.

Stuart Lancaster, the England head coach looks on during the England captain's run at Twickenham Stadium on November 8, 2013
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