It’s the biggest turn out ever, with more than 20,000 Canadian supporters attending the match. With the home crowed appearing in numbers, the Canadian team is sure to put on a show.
However, according to new captain Tim Bateman, The Māori All Blacks are ready for battle.
Bateman will lead the side for the first time tomorrow against a very physical Canadian team. He has worked together closely with coaches all week to formulate their game plan for tomorrow's test.
The Māori All Blacks starting line-up is full of experienced players who will also lead from the front and If the team starts well from the Haka, they'll go a long way to protecting their unbeaten record against Canada.