England's 19-7 victory in Yokohama ended an incredible 18-match unbeaten run in World Cup games for the All Blacks, who had reigned supreme since defeating Tonga at the start of the 2011 tournament.
The last time England beat the All Blacks was in 2012, but both teams have changed and evolved their tactics since then.
Some 70 years to the week since they completed their first Slam in the old Five Nations, Ireland had another, having also swept all before them in the 2009 Six Nations.
Ireland dispatched Scotland, but it was France's victory over England in Paris that secured the championship for the Irish.
Jones had been due to step down after the 2019 World Cup but having overseen a run of 22 wins from 23 Tests, the England's Rugby Football Union have decided to extend the 57-year-old's tenure.
If England wins Saturday's game against Scotland, they will equal the World Record of 18 consecutive test wins set by New Zealand.
England's coach Eddie Jones is looking for more of the same in 2017, after a perfect run of results last year.
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