New Zealand coach Gordon Tietjens has made one change to the team that won last weekend's Wellington Sevens.
The Kiwis beat South Africa after completing a thrilling comeback in the Cup final, but have been forced to make one change to their squad, with Dylan Collier replacing Sam Dickson, who picked up a minor hip injury.
Tietjens said his focus was twofold as the World Rugby Sevens Series heads into its fourth leg of the season this weekend, with the inaugural Sydney tournament taking place.
'We are focused on the World Series now but can't lose sight of the Olympics. The series is probably, from my perspective, about trying to put the right combinations together and giving players the opportunity to make it into that team for Rio.'
New Zealand – Kurt Baker, Dylan Collier, Akira Ioane, Rieko Ioane, Gillies Kaka, Ben Lam, Tim Mikkelson, Augustine Pulu, Ardie Savea, Regan Ware, Sonny Bill Williams, Joe Webber.
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