With the series tied up at 1-1 after last week’s Kiwi win in London, Hall thinks the English backs need to be more ruthless when opportunities are presented to them.
“That’s the thing with international football,” he told the Yorkshire Evening Post.
“Every time you play international football you’ve got to take chances and be clinical.
“You don’t get that many as defensive systems are so good and the players within them are very good too.
“Last week we defended really well, but we have to find some energy from somewhere to attack better.
“We did a lot of defending in the first half, a lot more than normal and if we could even it up and get 50 per cent of the ball as opposed to 40 per cent that would go a long way to solving our attack problems.”