On Saturday the All Blacks host the Springboks for one of the biggest games of the year, as the visitors are in confident mood and looking to knock the number one side in the world off their perch. After that Argentina take on the Wallabies, looking for their first win in the tournament.
Michael Lynagh and Sean Fitzpatrick discuss how they see their respective sides doing, with Fitzpatrick, who was captain when New Zealand last lost at fortress Eden Park in 1994, suggesting that he thinks that their proud record might just be in a bit of danger.
We’ve also included an All Blacks vs Boks preview from Rugby HQ on page two of this post, where Dan Carter says that the only way to beat the Sprinboks’ physical game is to match them.
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All Blacks vs Springboks kicks off at 19:35 local time, 7:35am (GMT), and 9:35am South African time. Australia vs Argentina kicks off in Perth at 18:05, 10:05am (GMT), and 7:05am in Argentina.