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Five Key Factors For Wallabies Versus All Blacks Game 2

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 20: David Pocock of the Wallabies shows his dejection during the Bledisloe Cup Rugby Championship match between the Australian Wallabies and the New Zealand All Blacks at ANZ Stadium on August 20, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Brendon Thorne/Getty Images)

The challenge for Michael Cheika and his players to turn around the devastating defeat in Sydney into victory against the All Blacks this week in Wellington is monumental. In this article, we list five key factors which may decide whether Cheika chokes or chortles watching on in the stands on Saturday. 1. Time Cheika’s selection of Quade Cooper and Bernard …

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Australia And New Zealand Name Sides For Second Bledisloe Cup Clash

Australia v New Zealand

The Wallabies will be looking to restore some pride this weekend. As was widely reported yesterday, Michael Cheika has selected Quade Cooper to start against the All Blacks after the Wallabies were thumped 42-8 last weekend. Although many anticipated Cooper staring at inside centre, he has been handed the number 10 jersey with Bernard Foley playing alongside at 12. Nevertheless, …

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VIDEO: Waikato’s Incredible End-To-End Try vs Auckland

It’s early in the season and there is still plenty of footy to be played, but this Waikato try could just be an early Try of the Season contender.  End-to-end rugby between Waikato and Auckland in today’s ITM Cup resulted in this beauty from Anton Lienert Brown. Auckland nearly scored through a rampaging run by their openside flanker, however he …

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