- Namibia have yet to record their first Rugby World Cup win
- The team includes engineers, a dentist, students and a diamond trader
- Captain Jacques Burger will play in his third world cup and hopes to bow out in style
After four tournaments and 15 attempts, Namibia have yet to win a match.
On paper it doesn't appear a fair fight -- but then again, most of the New Zealand team don't have to work a 9-to-5.
Littered with amateurs, the Namibia squad counts a dentist, a diamond trader, farmers, engineers and several students amongst its numbers. The lowest ranked team at this year's World Cup, they line up against the All Blacks at the Olympic Stadium in London at 21:00 CET to test their mettle against rugby's most formidable side.
The result will barely matter though; their journey to the tournament is a triumphant underdog story in itself.
The road to the World Cup
Competitive sport can strain even the closest bonds.
"People say it's easier working for your Dad... it's not that easy. He's supportive, but he's ok with it."
This is not England fly half Owen Farrell describing his father Andy, backs coach of the national team.
Darryl de la Harpe works a full-time job back home in Namibia, and earlier this year had to ask his father for a few extra hours a week to train with the national squad.