Wallaby backrower Lopeti Timani says his team is prepared for a fired up All Blacks on Saturday.

The New Zealanders have been widely criticized for the drop in intensity in the second half of the First Test in which the Wallabies scored 28 points after the break.

Timani (pictured) says with a parochial full house expected at Dunedin, his team will need to weather all that the New Zealanders and more throw at them on Saturday afternoon if they’re to be a chance of leveling the series.