January 17, 2022

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ESPN 2.50 live on Star + next Sunday for the Australia and New Zealand Rugby Championship

Australia and New Zealand go head-to-head for the rugby championship live on ESPN on Star + from 2.50pm on Sunday.

The Rugby Championship This Sunday continues its way Date 2 With excellent play in between Australia and New Zealand At Aptus Stadium de Perth. Can enjoy the meeting Live from 2.50am on ESPN on Star +.

How they get there: The Wallabies and all blacks will face each other on the second day of the Rugby Championship in Perth, after jeopardizing the continuation of the Rugby Championship due to a Govt-19 infection in Australia and New Zealand.
As Aaron Smith, Richie Moyunga, Samuel Whitelock and Dan Coles stayed in their home country for personal reasons, the Ian Foster-led team’s continental journey suffered four weight losses this year, with two accidents involving black people. . Under these circumstances, RT Xavier was appointed as the new captain.
For the Australian side, after failing to turn history and losing the Bledisloe Cup for the 19th year in a row, their goal will be to once again beat their classic rivals as local players in a city with a history of 47 points. All blacks two years ago.

What they are looking for: After the conflict between the two unions due to the continuation of the competition, they are looking forward to the match in Australia. Dave Rennie’s squad also suffered casualties due to injuries, but Quad Cooper’s return is exciting due to the good condition he has shown since joining the team after James O’Connor’s injury.
From the opposite side, Ian Foster signed on as his head coach this week, and is worried about the health and how long the Kiwis will be away from their families. Over the next twelve weeks all blacks will have to play ten games for the remainder of 2021.

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Keys: If they want to beat the All Blacks this time around, it will be imperative for Australia to focus more on contact points. In the two Tests they have already played this year, the Wallabies showed some positive extensions in play and possession, however, they paid a lot for their mistakes.
The New Zealand players had two game-defining interruptions in the last game, as well as deciding 29-0 in the second game. Since all four attempts they made in Auckland were not accidental, the locals should have noticed how well they performed in the first match. Transferring such decisive players to his list would be a major challenge for Foster.

Background: New Zealand won the second match of the Pledislow Cup 57-22; Kiwis and Aussies., Measured by Test number 174 of history. All Blocks have a broad advantage with 119 wins and 45 losses.
While on the road in Australia, the Wallabies beat Brisbane 24-22 in the final match of the 2020 tri-series. In addition, they won 47 to 26 in Perth in 2019 and 23 to 18 in Brisbane in 2017 at Suncorp Stadium.


Australia: 1. James Slipper, 2. Sail Lolesio, 11. Marika Koroypet, 12. Samu Kervey, 13. Len Ikidov, 14. Andrew Kelley, 15. Tom Banks.

Supplements: 16. Lachlan Lonergan, 17. Angus Bell, 18. Danila Dubo, 19. Isaac Roda, 20. Pete Samu, 21. Nick White, 22. Reese Hodge, 23. Jordan Petaya.

All blacks: 1. George Bower, 2. Cody Taylor, 3. Nebo Laulala, 4. Brady Radolik, 5. Scott Barrett, 6. Akira Ayone, 7. Dalton Babali, 8. Ardie Savea (c), 9. Brad Weber, 10. Beauden Barrett, 11. Rieko Ioane, 12. David Havili, 13. Anton Lienert-Brown, 14. Will Jordan, 15. Jordie Barrett.

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Supplements: 16. Samisoni Tokyoho, 17. Carl Duinucofe, 18. Angus Tawao, 19. Duboi Wai, 20. Ethan Blacktter, 21. DJ. Perenara, 22. Damien McKenzie, 23.