Rugby World Cup: New Zealand go with form against Ireland

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From Michael Morrow
BBC Sport NI at the Rugby World Cup
Centre Jack Goodhue will partner Anton Leinert-Brown at New Zealands midfield to their World Cup quarter-final against Ireland.
Experienced duo Ryan Crotty along with Ben Smith are not contained together using Sonny Bill Williams among the replacements.
Despite seeing limited game time up to now, Brodie Retallick is named at lock.
Beauden Barrett may operate using Richie Mounga at fly-half at full-back.
Cody Taylor is preferred from the pack that started the All Blacks opening match against South Africa to Dane Coles in hooker in one of two varies.
Scrum-half and goodhue Aaron Smith are the sole backs that played by Ireland in Dublin which will be the last time they failed to score a go.
New Zealands Pool B program was reduced to only three matches following their final match against Italy was cancelled as a consequence of Typhoon Hagibis.
Despite being denied the opportunity to finish the team the All Blacks still ended courtesy of three victories and two bonus-points in their opening matches.
Goodhue missed the opening win against the Springboks with a hamstring injury, but impressed sufficiently against Canada and Namibia to keep his place.
Leinert-Brown remains as head coach Steve Hansen continues with his dual-playmaking threat of Mounga and Barrett, at inside-centre with functioned from South Africa at 13.
Retallick, capped 78 days, was limited against Namibia, to 30 minutes of action, at the group stages as he returned from a dislocated shoulder.
Because the pair reestablish their venture that is enormously skilled retallick will join Sam Whitelock at the row.
His inclusion sees Scott Barrett named on the seat, where he is going to be joined by brother Jordie, who borders Smith out to offer cover for the three.
The reigning champions are undefeated in their last 17 World Cup fixtures, continue defeat France in the 2007 quarter-finals.
New Zealand: B Barrett; Reece, Goodhue Bridge; Mounga, Smith; Moody, Taylor, Laulala, Retallick, Whitelock; Savea, Cane, Reid.
Replacements: Coles, Tuungafasi, Taavao, S Barrett, Todd, Perenara, Williams, J Barrett.
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