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The sides last met this time last year, reigning RBS 6 Nations Grand Slam champions England running out 2-0 winners and becoming the first ever side to beat the world champions consecutively.
And Street is desperate to stamp another marker down against the Black Ferns.
“Playing New Zealand over this series last year was definitely the highlight of our season,” he said.
“To try and be the best we have to play the best regularly, and even though we think we have moved on as a squad from 12 months ago, we know that the Black Ferns will be more motivated than ever to come over here and reverse that result.
“It’s great to be able to welcome back some seasoned campaigners who I think are world class players.
“We made the decision to rest certain squad members against France so I expect them to now come back into the fold and bring pace, power and energy to the team.
“We have got three tough games to get through over the next eight days and I have got to put out a strong side for each occasion and that is what I am doing from the outset.”
With Test matches at Aldershot Army Rugby Stadium on November 27th and Twickenham on December 1st to follow, Street is pleased with the experience this England Women’s side has, with plenty of caps all across the park.
“The great thing about the England programme is that we have got great strength and depth in our squad now and you can see that from our bench,” added Street.
“For us it is invaluable when you are taking on a side as good as New Zealand that you can bring on players with this sort of experience.”
England team to play New Zealand at Esher RFC, 23rd November, Kick off 7.30pm
15 Danielle Waterman (Worcester)
14 Katherine Merchant (Worcester)
13 Emily Scarratt (Lichfield)
12 Alice Richardson (Richmond)
11 Michaela Staniford (Wasps)
10 Katy McLean (C) (Darlington Mowden Park Sharks)
9 Natasha Hunt (Lichfield)
1 Rochelle Clark (Worcester)
2 Victoria Fleetwood (Lichfield)
3 Laura Keates (Worcester)
4 Tamara Taylor (Lichfield)
5 Rowena Burnfield (Richmond)
6 Heather Fisher (Worcester)
7 Marlie Packer (Bristol)
8 Sarah Hunter (VC) (Lichfield)
16 Emma Croker (Richmond)
17 Rosemarie Crowley (Lichfield)
18 Sophie Hemming (Bristol)
19 Emily Braund (Lichfield)
20 Alexandra Matthews (Richmond)
21 Georgina Gulliver (Lichfield)
22 Francesca Matthews (Richmond)
23 Joanne Watmore (Worcester)