Several of those players will begin to step up their workloads from this weekend, injuries permitting. The Lions will play all of New Zealand's Super Rugby teams during their 10-match tour and those matches are also looming large for teams and players who rarely have the opportunity to play against a touring team. The Christchurch-based Crusaders, who remain the only unbeaten team this season with seven wins from seven matches, play Saturday against South Africa's Stormers, whose unbeaten streak ended last weekend with a loss to the Johannesburg-based Lions. Crusaders coach Scott Robertson said his players will not allow the prospect of a match against the Lions to affect their Super Rugby performances. "It could be a distraction if we let it," Robertson said. "But the planning and preparation we've done and the mindset of the players. It's an opportunity, something pretty special." The defending champion Hurricanes are the first New Zealand team in action this weekend and, typical of most New Zealand teams, are cautiously nursing injured All Blacks. Hooker and captain Dane Coles will miss Friday's home match against the ACT Brumbies with knee and calf injuries which have kept him on the sideline since mid-March. The All Blacks' first-choice hooker is not expected to return before the May 5 clash with the Stormers. Winger and fullback Nehe Milner-Skudder has been out of action since March 10 with a broken foot and is not expected to play before mid-May. Milner-Skudder sustained his latest injury almost immediately after returning from a year-long break for left shoulder surgery. Hurricanes and All Blacks flyhalf Beauden Barrett has been in outstanding form this season, leading his team to six wins from seven games.
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