LONDON -- New Zealand is one victory away from going through 2013 unbeaten after surviving a valiant fightback by England to win 30-22 at Twickenham on Saturday, erasing the pain of last years stunning loss in the same fixture. England overturned a 17-3 deficit after 17 minutes to take a 22-20 lead on the hour, but winger Julian Saveas second try of the match -- from a remarkable offload by Maa Nonu -- allowed New Zealand to recover for a 13th straight victory this year. The All Blacks head to Ireland next week looking to become the first team since South Africa in 1995 to finish a calendar year with a 100 per cent record. "We have given ourselves a chance, havent we?" New Zealand captain Richie McCaw said. "It would be pretty nice over December to sit back and reflect on that, but it isnt just going to happen by itself." Driven by memories of their 38-21 loss here 12 months ago, the All Blacks made a flying start through early tries by Savea and impressive No. 8 Kieran Read. But they lost No. 10 Dan Carter, who won his 100th international cap, to a right Achilles injury in the 26th minute and were soon worn down by the intensity of Englands dominant pack. Joe Launchbury crossed for Englands only try and flyhalf Owen Farrell kicked six from six, giving the hosts belief they could pull off a second straight win over the worlds top-ranked side and clinch a third successive November victory over Rugby Championship opponents. The All Blacks wrestled back the initiative, though, as Saveas 64th-minute try and Aaron Crudens late penalty saw them home. "Credit to New Zealand -- they are a champion side and they showed it in the end," England coach Stuart Lancaster said. "If you went into the England dressing room, we are desperately disappointed to have lost to a team that has been unbeaten all season." The All Blacks only defeat since August 2011 -- stretching back 34 games -- remains the reverse to England last year and their brilliant run of results has sparked a debate over whether they are the best team in world sports. Lancaster thinks so -- he said so this week -- but they were given a going-over by Englands forwards in the middle 40 minutes of the match, sending the All Blacks back in the collision and scrum and leaving New Zealand coach Steve Hansen shaking his head in the stands. "We mauled New Zealand to death," England backs coach Andy Farrell said. Maybe it was just a coincidence, but the departure of Carter -- the worlds premier pivot of the past decade -- heralded the start of Englands renaissance. He became the fifth All Black to 100 caps, marking the occasion by wearing golden boots with "DC100" on them, and had kicked eight points by the time he hobbled off with an injury thats "been rumbling away for a while," according to Hansen. "He would have loved to have been out there for 80 minutes," McCaw said, "but hes got that milestone and got a bit of a smile on his face." It is a testament to the character of this young, bold England team -- missing six British Lions -- that they didnt wilt after Reads 15th international try, which was converted to make it 17-3 and made him the most prolific No. 8 in rugby history -- eclipsing the try record of compatriot Zinzan Brooke. It was also the fifth straight game in which he has scored. Read had also set up Saveas try inside two minutes, offloading deftly as he was being ushered into touch by three tacklers to allow the winger, who also scored two tries here last year, to romp clear untouched. Fourteen points down against the best team in the world, England made a statement of intent by turning down three kicks at goal to go for attacking lineouts. After the third lineout, Billy Vunipola was dragged over the line in a maul but the video referee couldnt see the ball grounded and ruled no try. From the resulting scrum, the ball was kicked forward by Englands pack but Read fumbled and Launchbury pounced to ground on the dive from close range. Carter went off, Cruden kicked a penalty but England was given cause for hope when Read was sin-binned in the 33rd after persistent team infringements. Farrell kicked three straight penalties, two while Read was off, and it needed something special for New Zealand to regain its foothold. Nonu provided it. After Charles Piutau was denied a try by a last-ditch tackle from Mike Brown, the All Blacks recycled to the left and Nonu offloaded brilliantly despite being tackled by England strongmen Ben Morgan and Courtney Lawes, and Savea ran through three opponents to ground. Crudens penalty in the 71st, giving him eight points for the match, ended Englands comeback hopes. 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"It was a disappointing loss, they got the jump on us early and we didnt recover from that and the game spiralled from that," said North Bay coach Stan Butler. The Storm scored on two of their three power plays, while the Battalion could not convert any of their three man advantages. Guelph struck early, scoring three goals in the first frame, including two by Suter. The centre opened the scoring just four minutes into the game and added to the Storms lead with a short-handed goal at the tail end of the period to make it 3-0. The other goal came at the 11-minute mark from Kosmachuck. All told the Battalion were outshot 14-4 in the period. "We werentt emotionally attached to the game early on.dddddddddddd We seem to play better when we get intense and involved," Guelph head coach Scott Walker said. "I thought the players did a heck of a job staying disciplined." It didnt get much better for the home team in the second. Leslie scored on the Storms first shot on net and, just 90 seconds later, Dickinson blew the game wide open with his seventh of the playoffs. Smith was finally pulled from the Battalions net after Bertuzzi made it 7-0 with less than two minutes to go in the period. But ONeill didnt fare much better, surrendering a goal before the buzzer. "In playoffs youve got to have a very short memory, because if you dont youre going to dwell on things that are going to affect you going forward. Are we disappointed? Obviously. Are we upset? Extremely. Are we frustrated? No. We got to play a lot better on Friday night," said Butler. North Bays lone bright spot was Pauls goal midway through the third. Rychel and Finn responded for the Storm in period. Game 5 is Friday in Guelph, Ont. "We have a very good leadership group in our room," said Kosmachuk. "They know its not going to be easy. We have to be on our toes and play hard." North Bay has already battled back in the playoffs after being down 3-1. 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