New Zealand Assistant Coach Wayne Smith has admitted that they will be fielding the popular 'Black Ferns', the female version of the All Blacks team at Twickenham on Saturday.
"The English team is said to be playing like girls at the moment so it's only appropriate that we put on the Black Ferns" said Smith.
"Actually that does a disservice to our Black Ferns who play as good as the men" he added.
"They're extremely competitive and have been champing at the bit to get a run on the park.We had a big discussion about it and decided they could do the job and pull off the Slam on our behalf, we have evry confidence in them" said Smith.
England was heavily defeated by South Africa at the weekend by 42 points to 6 in an abysmal display which had the normally patriotic crowd booing.
Former coach Sir Clive Woodward said they 'played like girls' and that not one player would have been able to make the Springboks team.
The All Blacks have now gone to South Of France for some rest and recreation, a well deserved rest after their games against Scotland,Ireland and Wales.