New Zealand v Australia

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This is tonight’s Rugby Post. ?Please do not talk about this game in Backchat. ?Even when the game is over, do not post the results or talk about the score, as there may be people waiting to watch it delayed. ??

You know what to do: ?put your score guess in the comments before the game starts, and someone will have bragging rights at the end of it.

This is the place where use multi-screening tragics?get together.

After all, we can never have sufficient “Savea BABYYYYYYY” comments.

New Zealand will start an overwhelming favourite to beat Australia in Saturday’s third Bledisloe Cup test and establish a world record for a tier one rugby nation of 18 straight test wins.

Betting agencies in New Zealand and Australia have the All Blacks at almost unbackable odds to continue that winning streak in Auckland and another, longer one against the Wallabies.

New Zealand has not lost to Australia at Eden Park, Saturday’s match venue, since 1986 and at any New Zealand venue since 2001. They have already beaten Australia in two tests this season ” 42-8 in Sydney and 29-9 in Wellington ” to extend their 14-year hold on the Bledisloe Cup, making the match a dead rubber.

 

– NZ Herald

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