Around 8000 people will be at Apia Park this afternoon when Samoa host the All Blacks.
It's an historic first Test between the two teams on the Pacific island.
Apia's been awash with colour and anticipation ahead of the game, and Jim Kayes is there.
"There will be thousands and thousands of people watching. Every rugby club will have the game on. The Prime Minister of Samoa has declared it's a public holiday in the afternoon. People only have to work up until midday."
Watch the full interview with Jim Kayes and Steve Tew.