On June 29, 2013, Australia edged the British and Irish Lions 16-15 in the second of their three-Test series thanks to a late Adam Ashley-Cooper try.
It followed a similarly narrow win for the tourists the previous week in the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. The Wallabies winning the second encounter set up a mouth-watering clash in the final Test.
With the Lions needing to pull off a shock victory this Saturday to keep this year’s series alive, we’ve been reminiscing about the events of four years ago. We want to know how well you remember the side Warren Gatland named for the second Test in the Etihad Stadium in Melbourne.
Anything over 13 here and we’ll be seriously impressed.
Gatland is set to release his chose XV for Saturday’s do-or-die clash in the early hours of Thursday morning. A number of changes, primarily in the pack, are expected following the comprehensive victory for the AB’s last time out. A reshuffle up front is a certainty considering New Zealand’s dominance at scrum time in Eden Park.