Wales boss Warren Gatland has retained the team beaten by world champions South Africa for the Millennium Stadium clash against New Zealand.
Gatland still hopes Ospreys fly-half James Hook will recover in time from a knee injury to line up among the replacements on Saturday.
Hook limped off during the 34-13 victory over Canada last Friday but has been bracketed alongside his Ospreys colleague Dan Biggar on the Wales bench.
Gloucester scrum-half Gareth Cooper has seen off the challenge of Dwayne Peel, while 19-year-old Cardiff Blues wing Leigh Halfpenny keeps out experienced Scarlets speedster Mark Jones.
Wales captain Ryan Jones again features at blindside flanker, with the Blues' Andy Powell - man of the match in the 20-15 defeat against South Africa 10 days ago - keeping number eight duties.
Gatland said: "James Hook has shown signs of improvement in the knee injury that forced his withdrawal against Canada.
"Although he will not train on Monday, we will be looking for him to run out later in the week to prove his fitness.
"If he is not available to us, his Ospreys colleague Dan Biggar will provide fly-half cover from the bench."