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The squad named today includes 16 survivors from England’s heartbreaking 13-10 loss to the Black Ferns in last year’s World Cup final at Twickenham.
Street said: “I am sure for our experienced players there is the matter of unfinished business against New Zealand.
“In the World Cup final we didn’t play to our potential and I know the players will want to put that right against New Zealand in our first game at Twickenham Stadium.”
England goes into the series fresh off a Six Nations clean sweep and Nations Cup campaign.
By contrast, New Zealand has not played an international match since last September’s World Cup victory, however Street is not expecting an easy ride.
“New Zealand’s international record is second to none, they always turn up and I am not expecting anything less for this series,” he said.
“Like us they too have a strong world cup contingent in their squad as well as some young players, which is really going to set up this series to be a thriller.”
After a young England side suffered a two test defeat to France last week, Street has welcomed back some more experienced players to the fold.
Street said: “Barring a handful of injuries I have been able to select the core squad from last year’s Rugby World Cup.
“This means we have a lot of experience in the side as well as a lot of potential through our younger players.
“We have got some exciting new caps in Alexandra Matthews and Hannah Gallagher who did an excellent job against France and certainly did enough to cement their place in this squad.”
The three tests are at Twickenham on 26 November and at Esher RFC on 29 November and 3 December.
England squad: Margaret Alphonsi (Saracens), Rachael Burford (Richmond), Rowena Burnfield (Richmond), Rochelle Clark (Worcester), Rebecca Essex (Richmond), Victoria Fleetwood (Lichfield), Hannah Gallagher (Saracens), Sophie Hemming (Bristol), Natasha Hunt (Lichfield), SarahHunter (Lichfield), Laura Keates (Worcester), La Toya Mason (Wasps), Alexandra Matthews (Richmond), KatyMcLean (Darlington Mowden Park Sharks), Katherine Merchant (Worcester), Kimberley Oliver (Bristol), Marlie Packer (Bristol), Claire Purdy (Wasps), Alice Richardson (Richmond), Georgina Roberts (Darlington Mowden Park Sharks), Emily Scarratt (Lichfield), Michaela Staniford (Wasps), Amy Turner (Richmond), Tamara Taylor(Darlington Mowden Park Sharks), Danielle Waterman (Worcester), Kay Wilson (Richmond).