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The three-try win was England’s first ever successive victory against the Black Ferns and Street is desperate for Saturday’s clash at the same venue to seal a momentous week.
Despite making 11 changes from the first Test, a 10-0 victory at Twickenham last Saturday, Street’s side swept away the reigning world champions and the former sevens coach has again used the full depth of his squad.
Sarah Hunter, Maragaret Alphonsi and Sophie Hemming all return to the backrow as part of nine changes from the second Test and Street believes they have what it takes to make it three in a row.
He said: “I am so proud of the performances the players have put in, but also really glad that I had faith in the whole squad to make 11 changes for the game as it proved justified.
“It wasn’t just about getting the points, that was important, but it was the attitude and the strength the players showed. They didn’t panic when I made the changes to the starting line-up, instead they showed real character.
“The back-row was superb. With three young players starting, they were outstanding. Alexandra Matthews in particular was a revelation playing as an 18-year-old against the world champions.
“I have promised the players I will pick the best available side for Saturday’s game but selection will not be easy given the performances of all 26 players in the squad but I am already looking forward it."