Before the second Bledisloe Cup clash in Eden Park on Saturday, the Wallabies had sent a message to the referee to keep an eye on the All Blacks' lineup.
The New Zealand were penalized 18 times in the first game of Bledisloe, while the Wallabies team was 9 times. The home team won 33-25.
This prompted the Kangaroos assistant coach Matt Taylor to say "they are a team that may push the limits."
Taylor said, "they are on the edge, and sometimes this may be an advantage, but they must have been heavily punished,".
Although the All Black's main concerns to prepared regulation for entering Bledisloe II, Taylor made sure to make a gentle request to Kiwi referee Brendon Pickerell to control the New Zealand team's lineup.
"The All Blacks are very good on the defensive end (in the fight). Their performance is very good, so we may need to show different photos," he said.
"Like all queuing, we have to act quickly. Don't give the opponent time.