The All Blacks and the Wallabies have enjoyed a day off ahead of the Rugby World Cup final this weekend.
Sports presenter Jim Kayes spoke to former All Black Jeff Wilson ahead of the match.
Wilson soothed fans' fears, saying World Cup finals are historically low scoring affairs.
The teams' lineups will be revealed on Friday but neither is expected to feature many changes, if any.
The All Blacks will train again tomorrow before a captain's run at Twickenham on Saturday (NZT).
Much has been made about the attacking threats of both teams in the final.
NZ has scored 36 tries at this World Cup and only conceded four.
Australia's scored 26 and given up 5.
But both teams are talking up defence as being the key to winning.
There are hopes NZ and Australia will stick to their usual attacking philosophy to ensure we get some exciting, open, running rugby.
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