December 4, 2021

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Following the defeat to Ireland, New Zealand made seven changes to move to France

Following the defeat to Ireland, New Zealand made seven changes to move to France

Ian Foster The team confirmed New Zealand Front fight France It will be played on Saturday at 4:50 pm at the State de France in Paris. Star +.

All blacks came to Ireland from Dublin, which was a severe blow to Ian Foster and his team.

That’s why the New Zealand head coach decided to make seven changes to visit Les Blus in the State de France in Paris.

In the first line, Joe enters Dan Coles for the lid. In the third row, Akira Ayone and Sam Kane enter the seats of Ethan Blacktader and Dalton Papally.

For its part, the media pair was completely updated. Aaron Smith and Richie Mo’unga will start at TJ Perenara and Beauden Barrett.

Finally, the rest of the backs enter for George Bridge Save Reese and Quinn DuPont Anton for Linert-Brown.

Brad Weber and Damien McKenzie return to the alternate bench against Ireland at Aviva Stadium.

Creation New Zealand: 15- Jordi Barrett, 14th Jordan, 13- Rico Ione, 12- Quinn DuPay, 11- George Bridge, 10- Richie Moyunga, 9- Aaron Smith, 8- RT Save, 7- Sam Kane, 6- Akira John, 5- Sam Whitelock (c), 4- Brady Ritalik, 3- Nebo Laulala, 2- Dan Coles, 1- Joe Moody

Alternative: 16 Samisoni Toukeiho, 17 George Bower, 18 Oba Tungafashi, 19 Dubo Y, 20 Shannon Friesell, 21 Brad Weber, 22 Damien McKenzie, 23 David Haville

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