Following a 29-20 defeat to Ireland last weekend, All blacks will be coming to France from 4:50 pm on Saturday with the aim of closing the November window live on Star +..
For the aforementioned match, Ian Foster will do the bulk Seven changes. In the forerunners, Dan Coles, Akira Ayone y Sam Kane They will be joined by Joe Moody, Ethan Blacktader and Dalton Papally respectively. On the side of the back, Aaron Smith and Richie Monga Meanwhile, DJ Will form a media duo to replace Bernara and Buton Barrett George Bridge Mars Reese and takes up space Quinn DuPont Anton Linert-Browns.
In the European team, presence Romaine endomac Opening and Adding Jonathan Dandy Become number 12. In turn, Special Beat Will be the starting hooker.
France: 15. Jaminet; 14. Benot, 13. Ficco, 12. Dandy, 11. Willier; 10. Ntamack, 9. Dupont (cap.); 8. Aldrit, 7. Zellonch, 6. Cross; 5. Willems, 4. Wokie; 3. Adonio, 2. Mauwaka, 1. Bail
Replace: 16. Barlot, 17. Cross, 18. Pamba, 19. r. Tofifenua, 20. Filament, 21. Gretin, 22. Luce, 23. Jollybert.
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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