New Zealand and Australia will open early Saturday morning for the 2021 Rugby Championship, a tournament for selected rugby players in the Southern Hemisphere.
The match starts at 4.05pm on Eden Rock in Auckland (broadcast on ESPN TV) and continues on this day and Saturday, with Los Poomas starting at 12.05pm in Port Elizabeth against South Africa.
Pladislow played the first Test for the trophy last week, which was the best of the three matches and the All Blacks won 33-25, so, if they win again, they would have already won the trophy for the 19th time. Consecutive times before playing the Third Road Test at Aptus Stadium in Perth.
New Zealand will train with Damien McKenzie; Will Jordan, David Howley, Rico Ian and Service Reese; Richie Mounga and Aaron Smith; RT Save, Dalton Babali and Akira Ayone; Sam Whitelock and Prodi Retalik; Nebo Lalala, Cody Taylor and George Bower.
Australia’s XV will be with Tom Banks; ; Nova Lolesio and Tate McDermott; Rob Valetini, Michael Hooper and Lachie Swindon; Matt Phillip and Darcy Swine; Alan Alaladova, Brandon Banga-Amosa and James Slipper.
In this match, new rules for the game will come into force, which have already been used by Pledislow and Super Rugby in the past in All Blacks-Wallabies.
Red card: After the exit and 20 minutes later, another player may enter to replace him. This also applies to a player who was changed during the match. But until they have entered all the spare parts of the bank.
Rule 50/22: If a team indirectly kicks to touch from their own ground, the ball spikes on the court and if it comes out within 22 meters of the competition ground they can run the fort from that field.
Drop output: This action occurs if the defensive group is canceled in the innings or when the attacker does not support it. In any of these situations, the defensive team will start with a fall.
Rug: The referee may allow a player to lower his body weight at the opponent’s lower extremities while cleaning a rake.
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