"If he was Sexton then we'd be able to complain about him, but because he's Owen Farrell he's allowed to be hit late", said Jones.
"I feel like this team is primed and ready to go".
England coach Eddie Jones has often insisted that trying to play the All Blacks at their own running from deep, passing game is a recipe for defeat, with the Australian championing the traditional Red Rose strengths of a powerful forward pack and solid set piece. When the players run out, they will pass the spot where soil from the Belgian grave of former captain Ronnie Poulton, who was killed in 1915, was buried at Twickenham in May. "If he wasn't a rugby player he would be a marathon runner because he can run for days without getting exhausted".
Lawes missed the South Africa game with a back problem but his presence bolsters the England lineout and general play fo the pack for what will be a draining game against New Zealand.
They are heavy favourites for victory at the weekend but Hansen shrugged off talk of his team being under pressure to deliver.
Hansen reckons it has become an even bigger game due to their failure to win the series.
"Once you come to realise that [pressure], life becomes a little easier". "We're used to it, we're expected to win every time we go out there, but we embrace it as a team and walk towards it as a team".
"I don't know who's writing them off, it would be foolish to do that".
"You've got to be reasonably stupid if you can't work out this is going to be big".
Leicester hooker Youngs, right, who won his fourth cap that day, told The Rugby Paper: "We were definitely under huge pressure after losing to Australia and South Africa, but it actually tightened us as a group and we got ready for a massive, massive battle".
Injury-depleted England are facing the strongest available All Blacks team complete with the likes of Beauden Barrett, Rieko Ioane and Brodie Retallick, but are buoyed by last Saturday's stirring victory over South Africa.
"But we haven't played them in four years and everyone is on the edge of their seat, can't wait". So you'd have to say they have improved, but coming with that is pressure. "And we haven't got anybody on holiday this week".