The All Blacks bounced back from their Ireland loss by recording a convincing 10-try, 66-3 win over Italy in Rome.
The Wallabies poor form continued in London where after promising first half they were well beaten 37-18 by England.
The Springboks’ end-of-year tour ended on a sour note as they stumbled to an error-ridden 20-11 loss against Wales in Cardiff.
Argentina pushed Scotland in tight one but ended up on wrong side of result going down 9-14 in Edinburgh.
Argentina have made three changes for their final November Test against Scotland in Edinburgh.
An unchanged Springbok starting side will take on Wales in the final Test match of the 2018 November Tour to Europe in Cardiff.
Genia will become the tenth Australian Test centurion, almost 10 years on from his debut against New Zealand in 2009.
The All Blacks team has been named to play against Italy at Stadio Olimpico, Rome, in their final match of the November Test series in Europe.
Ireland produced a superb display to secure a monumental and thoroughly deserved victory over New Zealand following a 16-9 triumph at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
The Springboks continued with their fine recent form by beating Scotland 26-20 at Murrayfield in Edinburgh.
France ends its winless streak in Lille with 28-13 victory but Argentina now has lost four consecutive matches.
A thee-try burst has set up 26-7 victory for the Wallabies over Italy in Padova.
Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus has made six changes including two personnel changes and two positional switches in the starting lineup for the Scotland match in Edinburgh.
Pumas coach Mario Ledesma has made just one change to the team from last week against Ireland to play France at Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille.
Scrum-half Jake Gordon set to make Test debuts for the Wallabies in the clash with Italy in Padua. Jordan Petaia has been ruled out.
The All Blacks and Black Ferns will feature in a blockbuster double-header in Auckland next year, while Wellington is set to host the mouth-watering RWC 2019 preview between the All Blacks and South Africa.
The All Blacks team to play Ireland in Dublin has been named as the world's top two ranked teams go head-to-head.
Down 0-15 after 23 minutes the All Blacks dug deep to dominate the second half and in 16-15 at Twickenham.
The Wallabies have suffered a narrow defeat to Wales in a grinding, tryless contest at Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
A dramatic finish saw the Springboks score on the bell to beat France in Paris.