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As a result, Saint-Andre has made four changes to his starting line-up, bring Michalak back to out-half while Nicolas Mas is back at tighthead prop Christophe Samson replaces Sebastien Vahaamahina in the second row and South African-born flanker Bernard le Roux comes in at blindside flanker.
“He (Michalak) is a talented player, he has a lot of flair. He's also a world-class kicker. But we know it will be harder because New Zealand will be more organised, and will be much more clinical,” said Saint-Andre.
“We just need to improve what didn't work last week. We were not clinical and I hope Michalak can bring us this, and our set piece must improve.”
Saint-Andre also admitted he was left to rue what might have been after catching New Zealand on an off day at Eden Park, revealing he expects the reigning world champions to be far improved in Christchurch.
He added: “You can't switch off for two minutes. We let ourselves down for five minutes at the end of the first half when they scored two tries. Five minutes we switch off and we lost the game.
“We know the intensity and tempo will be much higher this week, so we need to play the perfect game, but just improve on what we can improve on, and that's being clinical, our set piece and managing our times in our 30-metre area.
“Against New Zealand you must never be over-confident. We need to be focused about our game, to improve the areas we didn't perform last week, and also be a little bit more clinical.
“We hope we will have a little bit more balance, but we know the All Blacks will be much, much better.”